Web Accessibility Services

Having an accessible website is an ethical obligation and often a legal one, too. Aten's web accessibility solutions will help to make your message available to the widest possible audience, avoid legal issues, reach your organization’s marketing goals, and most importantly, do the right thing.

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How can Aten help?

Our web accessibility services are delivered with a blend of automated tools and manual testing. Our web accessibility designers and in-house, IAAP-certified web accessibility expert, Michaela Lederman, will measure your website's current level of compliance against internationally recognized benchmarks. Depending on the needs of the project, Michaela will bring in assistive technology users from our partners at Blind Institute of Technology to further assist in website ADA compliance.

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Our systematic approach provides you with:

  • A detailed accessibility audit of your website
  • Actionable improvements for achieving WCAG compliance and ADA-compliant website design
  • The option to work with Aten to implement recommended changes
  • The option to establish a long-term accessibility support engagement

Our accessibility audits focus on creating a better experience for people with:

  • Visual impairments
  • Mobility impairments
  • Auditory impairments
  • Cognitive impairments

Aten can review your website and create a solution.

We know that websites need more than just an assessment, and accessibility overlays or widgets are not a sustainable solution (read our take on it here) to maintain accessibility in web development. Changes need to be implemented and your staff needs ongoing support to uphold ADA compliance for your site.

Aten can help.

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Get in touch for a free consultation of your website’s ADA compliance with Aten’s web accessibility expert, Michaela.

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Michaela Blackham, Aten's Accessibility Specialist

Build your own Accessibility Statement by answering a few questions and hear back from Michaela, our accessibility specialist.