The purpose of the audit is to provide constructive feedback on your website and a basis for improving its effectiveness. The review is broken down into a number of key categories, each of which, are assessed by an experienced reviewer. Specific feedback is provided, in terms of general comments and improvement suggestions. It is intended that the information be viewed as useful and constructive.
The primary focus of the audit is to report on your website's compliance with the various technical standards as imposed by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative. This compares your own site to a set of guidelines that have been devised by the W3C to assist developers and lawmakers in the task of enforcing website accessibility. In addition to reporting on required "technical" changes, we will also advise on any "common-sense" changes that would benefit your site with regard accessible design.
Other Categories under review
As well as accessibility, the website audit also reports on a number of other key areas which could improve your sites performance and usability. This includes:
- Site Design
- Legal and Security Issues
- Search Engine Compatibility
- Technical Performance