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WCAG Accessibility compliance

Get compliant, stay compliant

A tree blocking a path in the forest, a metaphor for inaccessible websites.

Inaccessible websites are a lot like roadblocks

Roadblocks create barriers that prevent people from accessing important information and resources.

Just like a physical roadblock can prevent car users from reaching their destination, an inaccessible website can people with disabilities from accessing information and resources that are available online.

People with disabilities may have to take another path, and rely on assistive technology or seek assistance from others to access the information on an inaccessible website, which can be time consuming and frustrating.

Making a website accessible means removing these barriers and ensuring that everyone can access and navigate the website easily, regardless of their abilities.

A screenshot of the color contrast audit, showing an isolated HTML element with contrast ratio and colors.

Get compliant, stay compliant

Monitoring can be used to ensure that a website stays compliant with various regulations and standards.

One way to do this is by setting up monitoring tools to track and alert on specific compliance-related metrics, such as the WCAG 2.1 AA requirements or Accessibility best practices.

It is also important to stay up to date on relevant regulations and standards and to have policies and procedures in place to quickly address any compliance issues that are identified through monitoring.