For designers, by designers
We’ve created the market’s first design-based WCAG rule library, tying accessibility issues directly back to individual WCAG success criteria. And it’s a library created by designers, for designers providing insights and immediately actionable feedback on elements such as:
- Color palettes
- Component or pattern libraries
Improved designs, empowered designers
With our detailed results addressing every accessibility finding discovered, and instructions for correction, not only are you improving the quality and usability of your designs, you’re upskilling your design team. By applying feedback, over time, designers will improve in their understanding of accessible and inclusive design, impacting the quality of future designs. And when you’re addressing accessibility at the earliest possible point, you’re saving time and reducing re-work later in the development lifecycle.
Begin at the beginning
There are two types of Design Evaluations, useful if you’re in the early creative stages, going through a redesign, or rebranding:
Digital Brand EvaluationsPrioritize and assign accessibility findings, better communicate with your internal and Level Access support teams, and track your remediation progress, all within the platform.
Interface Design EvaluationsOur team will also review any of your newly designed pages, screens, views, and more. This is a more tactical approach that will ensure you’re handing off the most accessible, inclusive digital experience possible (and your dev team will thank you!).