Build a More Equitable Web
Make your website accessible and ensure all people have equal access to your products or services, regardless of ability.
Make Your Website Accessible
Comprehensive audits and user testing to determine your compliance gaps. We’ll help you identify areas that need improvement – whether in code or content.
Equalize Digital is your partner to resolve all accessibility errors and ensure your website meets WCAG 2.1, Section 508, and ADA standards.
From providing training for your team to ongoing website assessments, we’ll verify your website stays compliant with current accessibility laws and standards.
Web Accessibility Services That Fit Your Needs
Whether you need urgent accessibility remediation or are planning a new website or application and want to ensure it is accessible to people of all abilities, our team of expert consultants and accessibility-focused developers are here to help.
The Business Case for Accessibility
Having an accessible website and supporting digital equality is not just good karma, it’s good for business, too. In 2019, disabled Americans spent more than $200 billion online in discretionary spending. With COVID-19, online sales and ordering increased dramatically. No matter the industry you’re in, your organization is likely engaging with customers of all abilities online.
Reduce risk of lawsuit
Ensure you’re compliant with federal and state laws for website accessibility
Improve search engine ranking
Many accessibility fixes will also improve your website’s search engine performance.
Increase sales & conversions
Allow more people access to your website, increasing opportunities for sales.
Practice social responsibility
Take meaningful action and do your part to make the internet better.
Who Accessibility Helps
More than 1 billion people in the world have a disability. So do 1-in-4 U.S. adults. Having an accessible website allows you to reach all your potential customers online, including:
- Blind and visually impaired users
- Deaf and hard-of-hearing users
- Users with cognitive disabilities
- Users unable to use a traditional keyboard and mouse
- People with seizure disorders
- The elderly and less web-savvy users
- Users on mobile devices, in rural areas or on metered connections
- Users with temporary or situational limitations
Trusted by enterprise organizations, government agencies, and nonprofits nationwide.
Workforce Solutions Panhandle
“My favorite part about working with Equalize Digital is that I don’t remember Amber ever saying, ‘I can’t do that,’ or ‘That’s not possible.’ She always said, ‘Let me see what I can figure out. Let me research that.'”
– Trent Morris, Director
“That peace of mind that you get from working with somebody who not only accomplishes the look you want, but then also gives you the support and the reliability. I think it’s hard to trade.”
– Halina Dodd, Principal & Creative Director
“The best part of working with Equalize Digital is the personal contact with them. It was like interacting with friends. It wasn’t like interacting with some corporate entity that had no interest at all in us.”
– Ernest Chavez, Professor
Lesbians Who Tech
“The launched portal has earned overwhelmingly positive feedback, especially concerning its promise as a viable recruitment tool. Uncompromising responsiveness and strong interpersonal skills make them an ideal partner.”
-Brianna Boles, Former VP of Partnerships
Colorado State University STEM Center
“Our Deans and our Vice Provost have been extremely pleased with the website. It’s much improved from our previous site. Organization and meticulousness were hallmarks of their work. Their expert team inspired confidence throughout the project by communicating clearly from the start.”
– Laura Sample-McMeeking, Director
Get a Free Risk Assessment
We will scan your website’s homepage and show you a report of what errors were found. We’ll also tell you which accessibility laws might apply to your organization.
Articles and Resources
If you manage a website for a government entity or a federally funded project, it is vital that your website be accessible under Section 508. This Section 508 Checklist can help you ensure you’re meeting the proper accessibility requirements for your agency.
Learn more about how blind people navigate the web and which accessibility features are important for making your website usable by people who are blind.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) requires all businesses with 50 or more employees to have accessible websites as of January 1, 2021. Fines could be as high as $100,000 per day.