Web Accessibility Analysis

We test the accessibility of websites and mobile applications

Accessible websites and applications will be appreciated not only by people with disabilities, but also by seniors and other users, for whom browsing will become more convenient.

Why have a website accessible?

Accessibility statement

Public institutions must have their websites and mobile applications accessible in accordance with Act 99/2019 Coll.

80.000 visually impaired

For the visually and otherwise handicapped, shopping online is more pleasant than going to a local shop.

More than 2 million of seniors

The number of seniors online is growing year by year, and the websites that are accessible help them with orientation and shopping.

Did you know that ...

an accessible website not only makes user navigation easier for various groups, but also helps to better position of the pages in search results?

Accessibility consultation

We provide consultations on partial problems related to legislation, the creation of websites and applications, or we will immediately advise on a specific solution. Consultations take place in person, by phone or online.

Price individually

Accessibility training

We prepare training as the company or institution requires. It will be appreciated by both frontend developers and web content administrators. The training comprises the theoretical part, where you will learn how to be generally accessible, and the practical part, in which the theoretical knowledge is applied in practice. Training can also be done at your company’s headquarters.

From 77 € / hour

We encourage the visually impaired

We have been cooperating with Svetluska for almost six years now, and we employ blind colleagues and spread the knowledge of software solution accessibility. Together, we have covered a project to train blinds on auditor accessibility, thus helping their requalification.


Accessibility according to legal standards

We establish the accessibility audit on the official requirements which applies to public institutions such as schools or municipal and regional authorities. At the same time, we conduct the audit in accordance with an internationally recognized methodology WCAG 2.1.

Roman Kabelka, web accessibility auditor

Roman Kabelka tests websites from the position of a blind developer

Roman Kabelka focuses on testing the web accessibility from the perspective of the user of the reading device. As a graduate of a master’s degree at the Faculty of Informatics, he combines his professional and user views with experience in web administration and application development. She also works at the Teiresiás Center of Masaryk University, where she helps students with special needs.

Roman Kabelka
Auditor and accessibility trainer

Do you want to test the application or get trained?

Call +420 515 919 805 or text us