Digital accessibility testing & consultant services

Helping you Achieve, Maintain & Prove Digital Compliance

BoIA has been helping eliminate the digital divide* since 2001. We are true partners with our clients, working as the accessibility and WCAG 2.0 expert on their team to help them succeed in reaching and maintaining ADA compliance for their multimedia presence.

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Mobile and Website Accessibility Audits, Testing, Training & Consultant Services

Mobile and Website compliance is a requirement, but trying to understand the WCAG 2.0 Guidelines and how they relate to ADA, ACAA, OCR, AODA, Section 508 and other compliance requirements, can be confusing.

Each BoIA client is assigned a dedicated Client Manager who manages all aspects of the project, from identifying their unique needs, ensuring milestones are met during the Audit, and implementing training through ongoing support. This personalized attention, ability to help navigate these complex requirements, identify accessibility failures and offer tailored remediation advice has made BoIA the Mobile and Website accessibility expert most often recommended.

Accessibility Experts

Whether you're need is a comprehensive audit performed on your Website or Mobile application, or if you're looking to train your development team, BoIA can help. We tailor our packages to fit our clients' individual needs.

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Where to Start

Start with a free automated WCAG 2.0 scan of your website. Our A11y tool tests Web pages using WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria and calculates a high level grade to give you insight as to how compliant your site is with the WCAG 2.0 Principle.

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*What is the digital divide? It's defined as "the gulf between those who have ready access to computers and the Internet, and those who do not". If a website or a mobile application is not coded in a way that allows for assistive technology such as screen readers, to relay its contents properly to a user who require it, that website or application is non-compliant with ADA guidelines and contributing to the digital divide.