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Accessibility is making the Web work for people with a diverse range of abilities. Accessibility is essential for developers and organizations that want to create high quality websites and web tools, and not exclude people from using their products and services. Accessibility is vital to enable people with disabilities to participate equally on the Web. It is a legal requirement in some cases, and a best practice in all cases.
Whether you are developing an accessibility policy, implementing accessibility on your own site, or have questions about accessibility techniques, we can provide the support you need. Our expert staff can help you reach your accessibility goals, and we can usually provide these services at a distance. We can help you throughout the accessibility process, regardless of your status.
Whether you have an immediate accessibility need or are building a program for scale, we deliver results. Choose a combination of assessments, remediation or training that work for you. Our team is well versed on the Web Accessibility Content Guidelines (WCAG), Section 508 and other accessibility standards.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Accessibility issues are categorized in four distinct groups under WCAG guidelines. Conveniently, they can be summed up with the acronym P.O.U.R.
Perceivable issues are those that affect a user’s ability to find and process information on a website (for example, providing audio descriptions for video content).
Operable issues are those that impact a visitor’s ability to navigate and use a website (for example, ensuring that all site functions and navigation can be operated via keyboard-only commands).
Understandable issues concern a user’s ability to discern and comprehend all information and navigation on a website (for example, composing error messages that include a clear explanation of the error and direction for correcting it).
Robust issues involve a website’s ability to adapt and evolve to meet the changing needs of users with disabilities (for instance, testing compatibility with all leading screen readers and ensuring that those capabilities can be upgraded in the future).
Here are some common ways businesses address accessibility issues associated with their web content:
- Create alt tags for all images, videos and audio files: Alt tags allow users with disabilities to read or hear alternative descriptions of content they might not otherwise be able to view. Alt tags describe the object itself and, generally, the purpose it serves on the site.
- Create text transcripts for video and audio content: Text transcripts help hearing-impaired users understand content that would otherwise be inaccessible to them.
- Identify the site’s language in header code: Making it clear what language the site should be read in helps users who utilize text readers. Text readers can identify those codes and function accordingly.
- Offer alternatives and suggestions when users encounter input errors: If a user with a disability is encountering input errors because of their need to navigate the website differently, your site should automatically offer recommendations to them as to how to better navigate toward the content they need.
- Create a consistent, organized layout: Menus, links and buttons should be organized in such a way that they are clearly delineated from one another and are easily navigated throughout the entire site.
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How Long Does It Take You To Build A Website?
We do this all day long and are pretty good at getting these sites out fast. Although it can take us just a few days, we do run into peaks of work and because of that, it’s best to plan on a two week delivery period. Clients if you want changes and modifications, it may take 2-3 weeks. We want it to be what you want it to be.
How Does The Process Work?
You’ll fill out a form where you’ll pick a theme and send us the content for the website. (We will send you a folder via email to put all the content in one place). When we receive the website request, we’ll get started on the website right away. We’ll stage the website up on a subdomain for approval and when it’s approved by you, we’ll setup the website on it’s own domain. After it’s moved to it’s new domain, we’ll optimize the site to make sure it runs well and loads fast. It’s that easy!
What Is A Branding Site?
Are Your Websites Responsive?
YES! We use beautiful premium responsive themes for our sites and can customize them to be unique for you.
Will You Build Them On Our Hosting?
Are These Sites Built On WordPress Only?
Do I Get Admin Access?
No, we can provide editor access but not admin access. So, you’ll be able to make changes in case you want to do it yourself instead of having us do it for some reason.
Will I Have CPanel Access?
How Big Can A Website Be?
Are There Any Content Restrictions?
What Happens If I Cancel?
Do You Provide Me With A Domain?
We do not provide you with a domain. We recommend that all of our clients purchase their own domain in order to maintain control over it. If you need help with a domain purchase recommendation, please let us know.