An audit lists out any accessibility issues or deficiencies on your website so that you can correct them.

It is important that you conduct a manual accessibility audit because an automated audit or scan will only catch about 1/3 of accessibility issues.

A good manual audit will:

  1. Include every primary layout page of your website (but not all pages since some are basically duplicates that will potentially have the same issues)
  2. Check each page (as well as the overall site structure) against WCAG 2.0 AA
  3. List the issues for each page template/layout in chronological order
  4. Provide clear remediation instructions and/or examples
  5. Provide a clean, concise, easy to understand PDF report

If you would like to hire me to conduct an audit of your website, you can contact me at kris@adabook.com.