The WCAG 2.0 standard is interesting—there are both objective and subjective requirements to it. The objective requirements are the easiest to deal with and, in fact, there are software tools available that will determine if the WCAG 2.0 level A standard is met. The subjective requirements are more difficult to evaluate however and, in our opinion, need to be reviewed manually. This is where our experience in creating digital content for various types of learners becomes extremely valuable: we are experienced in assessing and developing user interfaces that are logical and efficient, as per the subjective WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
As a result, we have both the technical and the “developing content” skills required to ensure that websites meet both the objective and subjective aspects of WCAG 2.0. Level A, AA or AAA
If you're interested in having your website audited - give us a call! We perform the following:
  1. Text analysis - Flesch-Kincaid, Gunning-Fog, Coleman-Liau, SMOG index and an Automated Readability Index
  2. Subjective WCAG analysis
  3. Objective WCAG analysis
  4. UX analysis
We also provide WCAG workshops. If your staff need background information about the AODA/ WCAG requirements or about the specifics of WCAG 2 A or AA please call us - we’d be happy to provide an onsite workshop.