We can help you to go beyond basic compliance with your website accessibility.

Web accessibility involves eliminating obstacles that hinder individuals with disabilities or impairments from utilizing your website. It encompasses various aspects, such as:

  • Implementing text-to-speech or text-to-Braille software for improved accessibility.
  • Ensuring that text and images are appropriately sized and can be enlarged if necessary.
  • Making sure that your website is easily navigable without relying solely on a keyboard or mouse.

Nevertheless, accessibility goes beyond mere functionality. It is about ensuring that all users, regardless of their abilities, have equal access to the information they require and can smoothly navigate through their user journey with minimal frustration and obstacles.


1 in 4

Adults in the U.S. and Canada report living with a disability.


Of the world’s population lives with some kind of impairment


The average number of accessibility errors on the home pages of the top one million websites.

Accessibility Standards Include More Than You Think

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the list of disabilities encompasses the following:

  • Vision
  • Mobility
  • Auditory
  • Neurological
  • Cognitive
  • Medical 
  • Psychological

An often unacknowledged fact is that Section 508 also covers social inclusion — not just persons with a disability. W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) re: inclusion considers a broad range of diversity, including:

  • Accessibility for people with disabilities;
  • Access to and quality of hardware, software, and internet connectivity;
  • Computer literacy and skills;
  • Economic situation;
  • Education;
  • Geographic location;
  • Culture;
  • Age, including older and younger people;
  • Language.

At ImageX, we work with you to ensure these diverse needs are accounted for.

Accessibility Review

The above is a screenshot from a review of color contrast we conducted on a client’s brand colors. This review checks the accessibility of colors so we can ensure adequate text contrast.

The CMO's Guide to Website Accessibility

Does your website take the requirements and needs of your differently-abled audience into consideration?

To assist you in navigating this intricate landscape, we have prepared a detailed guide which includes:

  • What accessibility encompasses (it’s more than you think!)

  • Why empathy is the fundamental ingredient in creating an accessible website

  • The vital role of accessibility tools and user testing in uncovering accessibility traps

  • How to create content with accessibility in mind

  • The principles of accessibility-focused navigation and design

  • Which is better: An open-source or proprietary solution?

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How we meet and exceed WCAG requirements in projects


Our designers have formal certification for accessibility and follow strict accessibility standards
We test all code, design, and content using industry-standard tools such as WAVE
We test both in the browser and also using assistive technologies such as the JAWS (Job Access with Speech) screen reader
We train your team to ensure content is accessible
We aim to include users with disabilities in website feedback, to ensure the site is not merely compliant but a positive, engaging experience for all users
We align our goals to those of Drupal, who's community is committed to accessibility