Sanna Kramsi - I would if I could a guide to web accessibility

What is an accessibility audit?

An accessibility audit is a process of evaluating a website, application, or digital product to determine how accessible it is. The audit typically involves a thorough review of the product's code, design, and content to identify potential barriers that may prevent people with disabilities from accessing or using it effectively. 

The audits are commonly done against WCAG 2.1 level AA but can be done against any accessibility rules and regulations.

The audits are commonly done against WCAG 2.1 level AA. It is possible to do an audit against any accessibility rules and regulations.

How does one do an accessibility audit?

During an accessibility audit, a variety of tools and techniques are usually used:

automated testing software,

manual testing by people with disabilities, and

expert review by accessibility specialists.

The goal of the audit is to identify specific accessibility issues. provide recommendations for how to address the issues. The recommendations can include changes to the code, design, content, or user interface. I have written some guidelines for testing accessibility audits.

An accessibility audit is an essential step to make sure that a digital product is accessible. The product should be usable to the widest possible audience. And that includes people with disabilities. An audit can help organizations meet legal requirements and improve user experience. It can also help show that the organization cares about accessibility and their users.

Looking for an accessibility audit?

If you are looking for an accessibility audit, I'd be happy to help! Contact us at Exove and ask for me! I have several years of auditing experience.