Full Lifecycle Website & PDF Testing for Digital Accessibility & Usability

Gain detailed insight and reporting with automated + manual testing

iAccessible helps with initial assessment and ongoing monitoring of your digital assets

Why Choose iAccessible?

Automated solutions typically only identify up to 35% of digital accessibility barriers. To maintain conformance on your site, you need a solution that identifies all types of digital accessibility barriers - and the means to fix them. At iAccessible, we perform automated testing and streamlined manual testing based on statistical sampling techniques to get your team the best accessibility conformance results. Our team is comprised of certified Department of Homeland Security Trusted Tester personnel. Developed in the US: iAccessible complies with federal regulations and designed for compliance with Section 508, 21st Century IDEA, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Website Evaluation New

Test for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 A, 2.0 AA, 2.1 AA under Section 508 legislation. New: Readability/Plain Language scans. Coming soon: 2.2 AA and site visitor traffic analysis

Evaluate Documents New

On-demand scans of site’s documents to assess Section 508 conformance. Locate all website PDFs and detect the number and type of accessibility barriers

Dynamic Reports New

Centralized faster, accessible and role-based dashboard reports for executives & developers. Archive longitudinal and organizational reporting.

Accessible and Secure

Robust security features and is hosted on secure Amazon Web Services / Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) servers

TTY Phone Testing New

Scheduled site scans for TTY/TDD phone line content and follow up test phone call

Assess Hyperlinks New

Scan for “broken” or inactive links to eliminate 404 and other HTTP errors on your site

Customer Experience

iAccessible has centralized reporting, easy API integration and automation to help you with your search engine optimization, performance and policy monitoring.

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Sample Dashboard

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Why Does Your Site Need to Be Digitally Accessible?

State and Local Government Agencies:

All government agencies and contractors should comply with Section 508 guidelines for accessibility. Make sure your digital assets conform with an assessment.

Commercial Businesses:

The Supreme Court's 2018 denial of a petition of writ of certiorari in the Robels v. Domino’s  case upholds a 9th circuit's ruling that digital products, including  web pages and PDFs, need to be fully accessible.

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