If not, you may be missing out on significant revenue, and you’re increasingly at risk of lawsuits. Find out where you stand.
In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that one in four people have a temporary or permanent disability. If you’re in government, websites must be accessible to all users. And if you’re a company, you don’t want to turn any users away because they can’t use your site.
We have helped dozens of organizations uncover and fix major accessibility issues with their websites and apps. Accessibility can be confusing. We created the Accessibility Check so that you can discover and discuss your specific accessibility findings with experts.
Many companies and organizations have no idea that they are at risk of litigation over website accessibility issues. We can help you understand the major issues and what it would take to become compliant.
If you’re responsible for a website or mobile app — you owe it to your users, your employees, and your bottom line to find out whether you are frustrating users with accessibility issues. Typically there are small fixes that can quickly make a big difference
Need another reason to make your website or app accessible? Google and other search engine crawlers can’t index what they can’t “see” or “hear.” Optimizing for accessibility also optimized for search.
The international web standards body W3C has issued clear Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for making digital experiences accessible.
You provide up to 3 URLs on your website for us to check.
A Firecat accessibility specialist checks your site and creates a list of issues and opportunities.
We hop on a Zoom call to review our findings and share specific fixes and resources.
We love this stuff. And we love helping others provide accessible experiences. That’s good for you, your clients, customers, employees — everyone.
Firecat First Fridays
October 8, 2020
Having real users use your website is the best way to discover opportunities. We’ll share examples of remote sessions and tools.
Firecat First Fridays
September 17, 2020
How does your website stack up? We’ll explore some great examples of websites that meet users’ expectations — and a few websites that don’t.
Design ThinkingDigital Strategy
August 7, 2020
Uncover data from actual customers, reveal valuable insights, and test your team’s assumptions with a simple, inexpensive tactic to bring the voice of the customer into your project.
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