Accessible.org helps everyone – from individuals to corporations – make their websites (and other digital assets) accessible to persons with disabilities and follow best practices for ADA compliance.
I’ve modeled Accessible.org after how I would like a business to operate rather than how it “should” be operated. This means:
- Price ranges are listed on the services page
- Custom quotes are easy to get
- Fair, one-time prices
- No subscriptions
- Deliverables are of excellent quality
- Good turnaround times
- No outreach emails
I believe these bullet points and other redeeming qualities make Accessible.org the best option for digital accessibility services.
If you have a smaller budget and would like to take the DIY approach to accessibility, I have made my WCAG 2.1 AA checklist and guide available for download free of charge (no subscription necessary).
Also, email me to be put on the list to find out as soon as my ADA Compliance Course becomes available. This course will help meet smaller budgets while also providing a way to manually audit and remediate your website for accessibility.
If you would like to learn more about the legal landscape and practical side of accessibility services and tools, I highly recommend my book, The ADA Book (Amazon affiliate link – opens in new tab).
Read my article on website accessibility certification to find out your best options for certifying your website as “ADA compliant”.
Read my article on 2023 ADA compliance for websites post to find out more developments in the legal landscape.
My ADA Compliance for Websites article is the perfect overview for beginners. This landmark article has been viewed over 265,000 times and is updated for 2023.
One note: I take the copyright of all materials produced by Accessible.org and myself very seriously. If you know of anyone infringing upon my intellectual property rights, I ask that you contact me.
You are welcome to email me at email@example.com with any questions.