Tell us about your website accessibility goals and what level of WCAG compliance you would like to achieve.
We will create a pragmatic and strategic accessibility plan tailored to your individual risk profile and objectives.
After performing a comprehensive scan of a subset of your website, we can provide guidance on how to remediate common errors. Don’t have time to make updates? Our website accessibility experts can assist in remediating accessibility errors.
We will perform a WAVE accessibility scan of your firm’s homepage to identify common errors and conduct a one-hour follow-on call to discuss the home page audit and provide personalized guidance to remedy any such issues. We also install the Userway plugin to help accelerate WCAG compliance.
Using the WAVE tool and manual inspection, our ADA accessibility experts can evaluate a subset of your firm’s website (~10 pages) to assess risk and help identify critical accessibility errors. Once complete, we will also provide guidance on how your team can resolve the errors.
Do you need help implementing updates? Our web accessibility experts can make repairs to improve your firm’s website accessibility without you having to touch any code.
Our dedicated accessibility team tags digital elements of PDFs so they can be read using assistive technology.
Friedlander & Friedlander
“I have done business with Esquire Interactive for more than 10 years in a couple different businesses, and I highly recommend them. Most recently, they built a website for me and have modified and updated it as needed. They have advised and assisted with marketing, and this has been very effective. I am very happy with the work they have done. They are responsive and reasonable, and just plain nice to work with.”
Bartells & Pease
Judicial Dispute Resolution, LLC
Website accessibility is the measure of something’s usability by someone with one or more disabilities. This can include visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disorders.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disabilities in all areas of public life. The Act guarantees equal opportunity for disabled individuals in public accommodations, employment, transportation, state and local government services, and information and communications technology.
The Web Content Accessibility guidelines are a set of highly technical specifications that can be used to improve the accessibility of websites and web content. For each guideline, there are testable success criteria, which fall into three compliance levels: A, AA and AAA.
Due to the inherent variability of website accessibility audits, we charge based on the actual time spent making a website more accessible (billed at our then-current hourly rate).