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We break down barriers

Digital availability audit

A comprehensive inspection of websites as well as mobile applications to check the accessibility for people with various disabilities.

The result of an audit is a comprehensive report of compliance with international WCAG standards, indicating potential accessibility barriers and ways to remove them.

Whom is it for?

local government and central administration units

public benefit organizations

carriers

communication infrastructure managers

online stores

companies adhering to the principles of corporate social responsibility

educational institutions

creators and administrators of internet systems

designers of digital and mobile interfaces

developers and owners of mobile applications and others

What is your gain?

A website compatible with the WCAG 2.0 requirements, which can be accesed by various users, regardless of age, disability, used hardware or software. Thanks to this, the Internet becomes a friendly, barrier-free space, and you give the excluded groups a chance to use your services.

What does the audit involve?

1 Step one

Website review

We set out priorities and the audit scenario. Some tasks are carried out by automated validators, while others are performed by our experts.

2 Step two

Checklist

Consistent with WCAG guidelines and prepared for each tester who coordinates the work and collects the results of individual tests.

3 Step three

Tests and evaluation of results

We confront the results with the practical application of a given utility on the site and qualify it as a significant or insignificant barrier.

4 Step four

Digital Accessibility Report

We can prepare a website's digital accessibility report, which includes tips on how to eliminate accessibility barriers.

5 Step five

Verification Report

After implementation of the recommended changes, we check the availability of the site once more and assess its compliance with WCAG requirements.

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Audit of architectural accessibility

Analysis of the availability of buildings and public facilities for people with various types of disabilities, people with prams, the elderly and children.

An accessibility audit can be carried out at the stage of architectural and construction project or executive design, or for existing facilities and spaces - before their planned modernization or as information on actual availability.

Whom is it for?

local government and central administration units

developers

health care units

communication infrastructure managers

educational institutions and others

companies adhering to the principles of corporate social responsibility

What is your gain?

An audit of architectural accessibility indicates specific solutions that will guarantee the accessibility of the facility for people with special needs. Thanks to this, they can easily use buildings, offices, service points and places of entertainment, as well as other places in public space.

What does the audit involve?

1 Step one

Accessibility analysis

We check the architectural availability of the object during a site visit and on the basis of architectural plans presented for inspection.

2 Step two

Audit of architectural accessibility

We prepare a report of architectural accessibility where our experts diagnose and describe the architectural barriers of the audited object.

3 Step three

Solution recommendation

We develop specific solution recommendations, which are the basis for carrying out detailed projects and adaptation works.

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