Accessibility Audit

A-2-Z Internet Accessibility and Marketing


    A-2-Z Internet Accessibility and Marketing works with clients as varied in their mission as Ikea, Coca Cola, and the Knesset. These vastly different entities each have a unique online presence crossing different commercial and governmental sectors. This has brought a wealth of diversity experience to the A-2-Z accessibility team, leading .

    Your website has been designed to enhance your company’s online presence and to broaden its audience. Does that audience include everyone? Is your website open to persons with disabilities who may have certain physical or cognitive limitations? Accessibility regulations expect websites to be accessible to all. To be sure that your website complies with accessibility regulations, call on A-2-Z to guide your company through the accessibility audit.

    Our digital accessibility agency conducts a website accessibility audit in accordance with the guidelines established by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

    Accessibility auditing is a primary service offered by A-2-Z Internet Accessibility and Marketing. The audit compares your company’s or organization’s online presence to accessibility regulations designed to ensure that everyone, including persons with disabilities, has equal access to websites, apps and devices. Exclusion from the dynamic opportunities of the World Wide Web discriminates against Internet consumers who may suffer from impaired vision or hearing, or have other physical or cognitive limitations.

    Website Accessibility Auditing Process

    • STAGE 1

      • General guidelines

        A-2-Z provides guidelines and explanation of the work process to the customer.
      • Template mapping

        A-2-Z maps the client’s Internet site templates/application screens or the client provides the list of template mappings
      • Accessibility survey

        A-2-Z conducts the audit of the templates to note the discrepancies between the specific website under review and the accessibility regulations
        • screen reader check of all templates
        • focus shift on all templates
        • contrast testing of all templates
        • checking the templates and providing guidelines for compliance with the standard
      • Explanation of the audit

        A-2-Z submits the audit to the customer and address any questions posed by the customer during a discussion with the website operating team. Suggestions on implementing the accessibility audit results are presented and discussed.
      • Implementation of remarks

        The customer makes the necessary changes based on the audit.
    • STAGE 2

      • Recheck

        A-2-Z receives the accessibility report submitted by the customer after the corrections have been made. This is checked as before.
    • STAGE 3

      • Accessibility certification and summary

        A-2-Z sends certification confirming that the examination has concluded and meets the accessibility standards established by the regulations. The Accessibility Declaration can now be posted to the website.