Test the accessibility of your website
A web accessible to everyone
Make sure your site is accessible to all of your visitors. You do not want to miss out on potential customers just because they are not able to click through your website. Even though web accessibility is usually associated with users with severe disabilities, an accessible website is beneficial to every customer indiscriminately.
Member states of the EU are legally required to publicly post and regularly update their accessibility statement.
There are over 30 million blind and partially sighted people in Europe. Most of them use e-shops.
Around 20% of the people in Europe are over 65 years old, and it is easier for them to work with accessible websites.
At least 50% of the worldwide website traffic is generated by mobile devices, and accessible webs work better on them.
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Accessibility auditor, IAAP member
The professional guarantor of the service and the promoter of accessibility in the Czech Republic is Radek Pavlíček, the only Czech member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals. He holds a number of internationally recognised certificates, has been actively involved in website accessibility since 2000, and has carried out hundreds of audits. He works at the Teiresiás Centre of Masaryk University, actively lectures about website accessibility, organises seminars and workshops, and writes on his blog POSLEPU and for the magazine Zdroják. As a recognised authority in the field of accessibility, he is also a member of countless evaluation committees.
Roman focuses on user testing from the perspective of the screen reader user. Since he develops sites themselves, he is able to combine a practical and user-friendly view with a developer’s perspective. A graduate of the Faculty of Informatics and a long-time webmaster for Master Internet, he also works as a lecturer in computing for blind users and at the Teiresiás Centre of Masaryk University.
a study conducted by the UK Disability Rights Commission in 2004 shows that even users with no disabilities are able to perform tasks faster on accessible websites? Therefore, accessibility has also brought them a benefit in the form of a more useable website.
When testing web accessibility, we proceed in accordance with the international standard 301 549 (i.e. WCAG 2.1 methodology). We offer web testing for public sector bodies and other organisations that are required to provide equal access to information and functionality by the European Accessibility Act. All laws and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive have to be adopted by the member states by June 2022.
We test various scenarios that may occur while using a particular site (ordering processes, payment order submissions, and so on). We evaluate the ability of the website to cooperate with assistive technologies, such as sufficient contrast, readability, and keyboard control. These attributes help visually impaired individuals, colourblind people, users with musculoskeletal disorders, and seniors.