Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites available to all potential users, with particular attention to people with special needs. It’s a legal requirement and it makes good business sense, to make your content available to all the people who might want it.

Special needs include the needs of people who are blind or partially sighted, people with hearing difficulties, people who can’t use a standard keyboard and mouse, and people with cognitive difficulties.

Much of what you do to make your content accessible is common sense. There are, however, a number of areas where it’s easy to accidentally deny access to certain users.

We have experience of running accessibility tests using a combination of human user testing and automation. We can help you check whether your website is legal and compliant or explain what might need to be done differently.