We can provide a detailed review of your current website and make recommendations for how to overcome any shortcomings that are identified as well carrying out the necessary remedial work.
Our review criteria includes:
Website accessibility standards compliance
We will carry out a thorough assessment of your website's accessibility compliance and suggest improvements. We will identify issues with your site that could infringe upon its ease-of-use for those visitors using assistive technologies, like screen readers, and with a variety of sight problems from colour blindness to poor vision.
We will evaluate the legality of your website with regard to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
Standards compliant code
We will validate your code to determine whether it meets with the latest W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) coding standards.
Error free code
We will identify any errors in the cross-section of web pages that we evaluate.
Semantically correct coding
We will identify areas where the incorrect mark-up has been used to describe content and recommend alternative mark-up.
We will test your website in a range of different browsers on different operating systems to ensure the web page coding does not cause serious compatibility issues with other browsers. We can also investigate how your website displays when viewed on mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones.
We will evaluate your website against usability principles. We are also able to arrange usability testing sessions.
We will assess the visual appearance and aesthetic design of your website and make suggestions for improvement where necessary. We will also assess the appearance of your website's pages when printed and suggest improvements.
We will identify areas where the functionality of your website could be improved.
We will evaluate the information architecture of the website and identify areas where the information could be categorised more effectively.
We will determine how the information contained in your website is managed and suggest improvements to these processes where necessary.