Website Accessibility Improvement Service

Our service is designed to make your website’s user interface and visual design more accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans has a disability. Some have sight problems, others have hearing impairments, and some have difficulty grasping objects. These difficulties can impact a person’s ability to use a website. For example, visual impairment may make text hard to read, or physical impairment may prevent the use of a standard mouse. By following the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), we will make your website more usable for all site visitors. We will also help you to prepare an accessibility statement for publication on your website.


This is the quickest, simplest and most efficient option for improving website accessibility. When reviewing the website for issues, instead of reporting the problems back to you and then going back and fixing them, we fix issues as we find them.

Accessibility issues are often of a technical nature and occur behind the scenes. When we encounter these issues we will fix them as they are identified. However, if the problems are more complex, have to do with content, or if a change would significantly affect the look of the website, we will review these issues with you before making the change.


In this option we review the website and compile a report of the accessibility issues that we find. No changes are made to the website during this review. Upon completion of the review you will receive the report along with an estimate of the costs to fix these issues.

What’s the next step?

If you are unsure about the accessibility of your website and would like to learn more about our Website Accessibility Improvement Service, please email us at [email protected] or call (518) 392-0846.

Please note: our Website Accessibility Improvement Service is available for WordPress websites only. In addition, if your website was not built by us, we require a technical review before we begin the Website Accessibility Improvement Service.

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