People who have a disability can access the web – but only websites and mobile apps that have been designed with their capabilities in mind. Website accessibility is making sure you haven’t excluded people with visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments from accessing your content. According to Statistics Canada’s 2017 Canadian Survey on Disability, 22% of Canadians (6.2 million people) over the age of 15 have at least one disability that limits everyday activities.
What are the steps to Website Accessibility?
Web Accessibility Audit Pricing Model
First, we find compliance issues
Pricing is based on a combination of your site's page count and page complexity.
- First page ($2250)
- Simple page ($900)
- Medium page ($1350)
- Complex page ($1800)
- Category/tag page ($600)
NOTE: Templated pages are treated as one page.
Then we repair the issues
Repair work can only be quoted after the audit has been completed.
- Fixes needed are identified in the audit and implemented at this stage.
After that, we maintain
We can re-validate your pages and repair any new compliance issues on a regular basis.
- Updated compliance report
- Includes a bank of hours for repair work
- Plan will be customized and tailored to your needs.