Accessibility Audits WCAG

Compliance with WCAG is the key to digital accessibility

Accessibility audit is the process of assessing a website or application for compliance with accessibility standards, such as WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). This standard was developed by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) working group, which defines guidelines and requirements for website accessibility for people with disabilities.

An accessibility audit aims to ensure that people with disabilities (e.g., blind, visually impaired, with mobility impairments) can use a given service without any problems. The audit helps identify problems and errors that prevent or hinder the use of the service by people with disabilities, and then suggests ways to improve them. Conducting an accessibility audit is particularly important for public institutions, which must meet specific legal requirements, but also for companies that want to provide their customers with the highest level of service and quality.

WCAG 2.1 Standard – 4 categories for website accessibility


It includes guidelines for how content is presented, such as color contrast, alternative text for graphics, multimedia accessibility, as well as how content is organized on the page.



It includes guidelines for interactive capabilities that ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities to use site functionality as other users.


It includes guidelines for the clarity of the site, clear language including returned messages, and the correctness of the declared language used.



It includes guidelines for compatibility with various user programs, such as different browsers and screen readers for the blind.

Processes and tools

Accessibility audit process

Digital accessibility is not only a legal requirement, but above all a social responsibility. We create a digital world that is accessible to everyone.


Tools and Technologies

Tools ensure the highest quality of services in website accessibility audits according to the WCAG standard.


Our services

  • Audits of accessibility are conducted as both an individual service and in conjunction with interoperability and security audits according to National Interoperability Frameworks (NIF).
  • WCAG compliance audits are carried out at various stages of the website design and development process. During the planning stage, we assess existing requirements, define accessibility goals for the website, and determine what levels need to be achieved. During the design stage, when the appearance, layout, and interactions of the website are being developed, audits help us identify potential accessibility issues and make appropriate corrections as we go.

To maintain long-term WCAG compliance of your website, it’s best to conduct audits regularly. This is especially important when significant changes are made to the website, such as content updates, adding new features, or layout changes.

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