Website accessibility isn’t an ‘optional extra’ for website owners, which is actually a good thing. As website owners, we have a responsibility to make sure our websites are as accessible as possible. This means that users with disabilities will be able to use the site as efficiently as users without. If you are a website owner and need information on website accessibility, I can help.
What to Expect
Website Accessibility Audit
I will go through your entire website, compiling a detailed report related to accessibility. The report will inform you of any areas that need addressing from a website accessibility perspective, in order to meet all the accessibility standards.
After an accessibility audit, I will be able to go through the individual areas on your website and make any necessary improvements. I may do this by writing custom code, or using existing WordPress plugins specifically designed to help with accessibility.
How Much Will it Cost?
My accessibility audits start at £250, which may vary depending on the size of your website. Any accessibility improvements I make to a website would be charged at £45.00 per hour.