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Together we ensure your digital compliance and accessibility
- Development, testing, and implementation of improvements for an accessible web experience
- Training and consultancy for continuous accessibility processes
- Compliance with specific standards for partnerships with government agencies (ESG Department)
- Compliance with the Brazilian Law for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities
|Sites up to 10 pages
|Sites up to 100 pages with recurrent updates
|Sites with over 100 pages and recurrent updates
|WCAG 2.2 Compliance
|Compliance with Law 13.146 (Brazilian Law for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities)
|Pages audited by automation
|Pages audited manually
|Testing with assistive tools
|Public accessibility compliance page
|Guidance document for content creators
|Development of integrated validations at publication
We managed to make the website more accessible on the web and mobile, meeting WCAG criteria.
Digital Accessibility in Brazil and worldwide
Accessibility is mandatory on websites maintained by companies with headquarters or commercial representation in the country...
1.3 billion people
Or 1 in every 6 people in the world is the estimated number of people facing significant disabilities.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do automated audits and reports work?
They involve the use of tools that examine the site for accessibility criteria violations, such as the guidelines set by the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). These tools can quickly interpret large amounts of content and identify common accessibility issues.
The main deliverables of automated audits include:
- Detailed compliance reports, highlighting identified issues.
- Suggestions for error correction and compliance with guidelines.
- Classification of issues by severity level.
It's important to note that, although they make accessibility assessments faster and less labor-intensive, automated validators alone do not determine whether a site is accessible or not due to a lack of context. They may generate false positives/negatives and overlook important points, so their effectiveness is not 100%.
How are manual tests conducted?
Manual tests are conducted by accessibility experts who carefully examine the site to identify issues that cannot be detected by automated tools. This includes testing navigability with screen readers, checking the logical order of content, testing keyboard usability, and ensuring all interactions are accessible. This type of test evaluates the actual usability of the site.
The main deliverables of such an audit include:
- Detailed report, documenting not only the issues found but also the contexts in which they were identified and their implications for the user experience.
- Review of alternative resources, such as image descriptions or audio transcriptions.
- Qualitative feedback on the site's usability for people with disabilities.
- Documentation of the necessary steps to fix identified issues and prioritization of actions.
What is the process for implementing identified corrections?
After identifying accessibility issues through audits and tests, the next critical step is implementing the necessary corrections. This may involve code modifications, design adjustments, and content improvements. It's important to ensure that the corrections are implemented properly and that the site is tested again to verify successful issue resolution.
How is the implementation of automated tests in the development and publishing process?
Automated tests involve running accessibility tests during the development process. These tests help identify issues quickly and efficiently, allowing corrections before any changes are published.
- Configuration of an automated testing framework.
- Integration of automated tests into the development workflow, ensuring they are run during the site-building process.
- Training the development team to understand and act based on the results of automated tests.
- Documentation of accessibility standards and guidelines that the team must follow.
- Integration of automated test results with quality control processes and project management.
What is WCAG?
WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), or Diretrizes de Acessibilidade para Conteúdo Web in Portuguese, is a set of guidelines developed by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) to make web content more accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities.