WeCo's Manual Accessibility Audits give you an easy-to-read "checklist" and hand-crafted practical accessibility remedies you/your team can apply on your own. When you're ready, WeCo Accessibility Specialists will "recheck" any of the challenge areas … Find out how accessible your website is, and how to improve it. about Manual Accessibility Audit and Remediation
Is your website accessible and usable?
Ask for our Free Accessibility Assessment and receive a manual audit and usability testing report.
Usability testing by Testers who live their own usability and accessibility needs. Usability testing ensures that your website, software or mobile application is more than accessible. It makes … Plug into direct feedback by users who live with disabilities. about Usability Testing for Accessibility
Events & Announcements
What does disability employment mean at WeCo? October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. WeCo is asking our Staff and Testers to share what disability employment means to them. Our … Learn what disability employment means to our Staff and Testers.... about Events & Announcements
FREE ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCES
WeCo believes that accessibility should be possible for everyone. So we offer many free and low-cost accessibility resources to help you make your website, documents, software and mobile applications … Bringing free resources to help you learn about, and stay accessible. It's our mission. about Accessibility Resources
CUSTOM ACCESSIBILITY TRAINING
Accessibility and usability are intertwined. WeCo's customized training includes both to help your team become accessible. Highly interactive with your team, hear real user stories and practical … Bringing the needs of real users living with disabilities to life for your team. about Accessibility and Usability Training
WeCo's Accessibility blog gives you a "bite size" learn-as-you-go accessibility education. Search articles on accessibility by WeCo's Accessibility Specialists and guest experts … Learn about accessibility from professionals who live with disabilities. about WeCo’s Accessibility Blog