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QA & Accessibility

You want to be sure your website performs as expected and that the 61 million Americans with some form of disability — many requiring additional assistance to access and engage with digital media — can access it. Our quality assurance (QA) process ensures that visitors to your site receive the highest-quality experience. For our clients interested in accessibility, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) offer a defined set of requirements to make your website, social media, or design accessible to all.

A Trusted QA Process

QA involves testing a website to discover mistakes, errors, or oversights made during web development or design before a site goes live. Our QA process starts as soon as the requirements for your website are set and continues after development. It is not just about fixing bugs; QA ensures your website is up to the highest standards of quality and consistency.

Committed to Inclusion

Rebellion Group approaches accessibility not as a barrier to innovation, but as a part of creating a more comprehensive and inclusive website experience.

We are committed to:

  • Building content that meets WCAG 2.2 compliance
  • Staying up to date on the latest WCAG guidelines and ongoing education across all agency disciplines
  • Understanding the needs of our client’s industries — from healthcare, financial, insurance, retail, and higher education — where accessible websites and materials are essential
  • Seamless integration into our processes by leveraging human expertise and experience, using industry-standard tools, and incorporating testing best practices into our workflow
  • Auditing and remediating existing websites

Rebellion Group believes it’s critical to design and build with accessibility in mind. We also understand that WCAG compliance is not just about websites: we incorporate best practices into our print materials, PDFs, videos, and social media marketing.

What Impact Does Accessibility Have on Your Business?

If your current website reports high bounce rates, it may be that it’s not compliant with WCAG guidelines. Think about that: how many customers and business leads could your company be missing simply because your website is not accessible?

Implementing WCAG guidelines in your marketing strategies will not only expose your messaging to a larger audience, but improve other factors, such as SEO, social media marketing, and design.

Having a strong website foundation is crucial. Accounting for WCAG guidelines in content, design, and development ensures the same experience for everyone who visits your site.