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Ensuring website accessibility benefits not only people with disabilities but also businesses and organizations.

A website that is accessible can have up to 15% more business than a website that doesn’t.

It is crucial to consider accessibility when designing and developing websites as it ensures that everyone can access and use them.

In today’s digital age, websites are essential for communication, education, entertainment, and commerce, among other things.

However, for people with disabilities, accessing and using websites can be challenging, if not impossible. Therefore, it is vital to make websites accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities.

Web Accessibility Evaluation

We will scan your existing website and provide feedback on potential accessibility issues

Screen Reader Compatibility

We will ensure that users that use a screen reader can navigate your website easily.

Design Principles

During the design phase, we will make sure to apply the best design principles for user diversity.

Customer centric

When designing and building websites, we always apply a customer-centric mindset.

Drop Off

Minimising the user drop off from your website by making sure we manage the users expectations.

We are experts in Web Quality assurance.

Web QA is a critical process that ensures that a website is of high quality and performs as intended. By identifying and fixing issues before they become problems, Web QA helps to ensure that users have a positive experience and are more likely to return to the website in the future.

How we encompass Web QA:

  1. Functional testing: This involves testing the website’s features and functionality to ensure that they work as intended. 

  2. Compatibility testing: This involves testing the website on various browsers and devices to ensure that it works consistently across different platforms.

  3. Performance testing: This involves testing the website’s loading speed and responsiveness to ensure that it provides a good user experience.

  4. Accessibility testing: This involves testing the website’s accessibility features, such as alternative text for images and video captions, to ensure that it is accessible to users with disabilities.

  5. Security testing: This involves testing the website’s security features, such as SSL certificates and firewalls, to ensure that it is secure from hackers and other malicious actors.

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