Enter your URL below to get an accessibility health score.

Next Steps

1. Register for Free Monitoring

Once you receive your health score, register for free site monitoring via Level Access’ Elevin Community Edition. Elevin is an intuitive and easy-to-use dashboard where you can find your latest results, view progress over time, and so much more. You can get simple summaries of your most common issues and where they reside, as well as helpful guidance and learning resources.

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2. Log in to View Dashboard

After signing up, you’ll enter the URL you want to have monitored for potential barriers. On your dashboard, you’ll receive an accessibility “Health Score” based on your results. This is your digital property’s high-level summary – plus several deeper, actionable insights.

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3. Get Instant Analysis

In addition to high-level summaries, Elevin automatically identifies the most critical pages or components to prioritize. View every issue identified in your recent scan and exactly where and how often it’s reproduced across
the web property.

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4. Fix and Monitor

You also get guidance around fixing those issues with Accessipedia, our accessibility knowledge base that provides contextual help, along with free introductory courses. You’ll even receive alerts to sudden changes in your UX, so you can act quickly. Instead of relying on various ad hoc automated tests, use Elevin Community Edition to monitor your web property and get valuable insights you can take action on.

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What are the benefits of using web accessibility technology?

Being accessible is the best defense against being sued for having an inaccessible website. Is it bulletproof? No. But if you get a demand letter, you will have the documentation to prove your website or mobile app’s compliance.
Being accessible increases the number of people you reach. Estimates are that 1 in 5 Americans has a disability that affects their daily life. Technology is a big part of daily life.
Being accessible makes it easier to sell your goods and services. If you sell technology B2B or B2G, having an accessibility conformance report will rank your product higher in the minds of your buyers, especially in highly regulated industries or the government.
Being accessible is the right thing to do. Assistive technology helps people with disabilities use the web. All we need to do as creators is ensure that we meet WCAG standards and we can include them in everything great about modern life.

Why thousands of organizations use Level Access for web accessibility

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Considering Accessibility Upfront

“Level Access has allowed us to “shift left” with accessibility experts at the beginning of new projects, coding accessible solutions upfront instead of fixing issues later when it’s more expensive.”

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Better Usability For All Users

“We're trying to be the best that we can, be it for our customers or own associates, when it comes to having a great experience online trying to achieve a goal.”

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An Outside-In Perspective

“Testing with Level Access lets us verify the user experience with real people with disabilities. That’s critical to understanding how our site behaves using the assistive technologies residents depend on.”

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Accessibility = Inclusion

“We’re obsessed with our members and making it easier for them to access all our services and manage their health. Accessibility fits right into that philosophy.”

About Level Access

Our Belief
All technology, including websites, must grant barrier-free access to people with disabilities. For websites, that means meeting the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 standards.
Our Story
Level Access was founded in 1997 by engineers with disabilities who have pioneered web accessibility solutions before laws and standards like Section 508 and WCAG existed.