A large Midwestern university selected MSF&W to perform a web accessibility audit of its newly upgraded student services web portal, including a follow-up quality assurance audit after the university’s development team attempts to fix issues identified in the original audit.
MSF&W reviewed a representative set of pages from the portal and tested for compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as well as for functional usability with leading assistive technology tools. The reports identified violations of the relevant standards, noted functional accessibility issues, and provided recommendations for remediation.
A mid-sized governmental transportation agency chose MSF&W to assist in an enterprise-wide accessibility initiative. MSF&W was tasked with assessing the accessibility of the client’s website and PDF documents, training its staff on best practices and remediation techniques, consulting on policy and procedures to ensure accessibility, and monitoring accessibility into the future.
A large national healthcare association partnered with MSF&W over a three year period to ensure that all of its electronic documents complied with Section 508 and are fully accessible to people with disabilities. The documents included PowerPoint presentations delivered during in-person conferences or via webinar, as well as PDF reports posted on the organization’s web site.