ADWeb is AbleDocs’ all-encompassing hybrid approach to web accessibility. It provides both manual and automated compliance auditing and monitoring of websites. It also offers companies the tools and training required to help ensure that their websites are accessible and provide users with the best possible experience.
ADWeb uses ADWebKey to provide easy, actionable reports that help companies create a web accessibility roadmap.
ADWebKey provides manual website auditing through our Web Analyst and Usability Teams. We will provide detailed feedback on your site’s WCAG success criteria on top of user experience insights.
Easily integrates with any content management system (CMS). This integration removes barriers and gives web publishers peace of mind in knowing what they publish is compliant.
ADWeb provides in depth and actionable reports clearly outlining the changes that need to be made to a website in order to enhance the user experience and attain/maintain WCAG compliance.
ADWeb provides customizable and flexible training that covers all areas of web accessibility. This includes assistive technology, developing compliant websites and applications, writing accessible web content, accessibility testing methods and tools, and more.
ADWeb provides you the ability to have your websites go through a manual auditing process, an automated auditing process or a combination of both.
With ADWebKey, websites are audited manually by our Web Analyst Team, who are trained in testing each WCAG success criteria. The evaluation is based on the Website Accessibility Conformance Evaluation Methodology (WCAG-EM). To ensure manual audits are completed at the highest standard, each website analyst has their work independently cross-checked and participate in cross-checking the testing work of others against the same criteria.
ADWebKey offers usability testing through our Usability Analyst Team. This team is comprised of people with disabilities who are also accessibility experts with extensive knowledge of WCAG.
Each usability analyst has a different type of disability and is a trained professional in the use of their assistive technology, which they rely on every day. As part of the testing process, they are given a journey to complete and are asked to give anecdotal feedback about how the experience was for them, reporting where they found difficulties and where things worked well.