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Conformance with WCAG accessibility standards can be daunting. Our team of experts provides your organization with a complete, effective, and efficient path to compliance.

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Web Accessibility Compliance Audit

We review every single element of your website, app or document to assess their compliance with current WCAG guidelines.

Accessibility Testing

We provide in-depth testing to help discover how easy it is for users to hear and see your content, and provide you with a complete report.

Strategic Planning

Let us help develop the strategy you need to build accessibility into your website and across all platforms or devices.

Accessibility Lawsuits

Our proprietary technology streamlines the remediation process—speeding your path to compliance.

Speed to Compliance

If your organization is being sued, we’ll provide a risk analysis to determine an effective web accessibility solution.

Remediation Options

We can help your organization with remediation efforts—offering either guided or full remediation services, based on your needs.

What is WCAG?


Provide text and video alternatives. Build adaptable content with sufficient contrast.


Make all functions available via keyboard. Provide enough time for users to read and use content. Avoid designs that could trigger a seizure. Provide multiple ways to navigate.


Make text legible both visually and cognitively. Make pages appear and operate in predictable ways. Make it easy for users to input and correct information.


Maximise compatibility across devices and make sure content is compatible with assistive technologies.

WCAG Consultation

Unlock a wider audience. Achieve WCAG compliance and make your website accessible to everyone.

WCAG stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. It refers to websites ensuring that people with disability can use the web, more specifically, that they are able to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the content on a certain website. It also refers to another type of users, such as older people with changing abilities due to aging.

Compliance with WCAG differs from site to site, which is why an initial audit is essential. It can include several tactics, from ensuring the color contrast meets the minimum color contrast ratio or that all interactive elements can be accessed with a keyboard to making sure data is labeled properly.

Although the legislation doesn’t impose requirements on non-government websites, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that ADA Title III applies to websites and ADA Title III lawsuits have increased 182% since 2013.

WCAG 2.1 and 2.2 are both versions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), a set of international standards for making web content accessible to people with disabilities. While they share the same core goals, there are some key differences between them:

New Success Criteria:

  • WCAG 2.2 introduces nine new success criteria that address specific needs of users with:
    • Cognitive and learning disabilities
    • Low vision
    • Touchscreen and mobile device usage
    • Voice control interfaces
  • WCAG 2.1 retains the original 61 success criteria from WCAG 2.0, with one removed exception (4.1.1 Parsing).

Focus and Adoption:

  • WCAG 2.1 primarily focuses on improving accessibility for people with a broader range of disabilities.
  • WCAG 2.2 has a narrower focus on specific user groups mentioned above. While it builds upon WCAG 2.1, it’s not yet as widely adopted as its predecessor.

Backward Compatibility:

  • Importantly, WCAG 2.2 is backward compatible with WCAG 2.1. This means that websites conforming to WCAG 2.2 automatically meet the criteria for WCAG 2.1 as well.

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