Accessibility Testing

Accessibility testing gives you the confidence that your applications and websites are compliant with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, ensuring universal access and usability for people with a range of abilities.

Accessibility Testing from Ten10

Our accessibility testing service provides a review of your application or website, and a full set of actionable insights and recommendations on how to remove barriers that would otherwise prevent people with a range of abilities from accessing it. We work towards the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG), level A/AA/AAA and Section 508 guidelines (for websites with a US audience).

 

We take a combined approach to accessibility testing. We work with a range of best-in-class tools and technologies in order to automate and rapidly perform accessibility testing wherever possible. This is complemented by our team of UK-based test analysts and consultants who are able to identify additional issues that automation tools may not pick up.

 

Our accessibility testing service will provide you with the advice and guidance needed to support you through the WACG self-certification process. We can also work with you to understand your plans for future development and expansion to ensure accessibility can be built into your product development lifecycle.

Benefits

  • Improve user experience by ensuring your site can be navigated, understood and interacted with by all, regardless of disabilities
  • Benefit from the advice of qualified testers, experienced in accessibility testing
  • Gain independent validation that your website can be used by all
  • Receive documented evidence that your application is compliant with WCAG 2.0 and Section 500 guidelines
  • Reduce resources required to perform accessibility testing due to our established and efficient test approach
  • Receive user-friendly reports and actionable insights on accessibility issues found
  • Increase trust by displaying the appropriate WCAG conformance badge

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We endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 60 minutes during business hours.

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