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Our Methodology and Process.

Ablr’s unique methodology combines innovative technology and humanity to break down accessibility and cultural barriers. By partnering with Ablr, every client plays a vital role in the goal for Accessibility + Inclusion for All.

Services: Audit & Report

Ablr starts with a thorough assessment of your digital/web content, leveraging both the newest and greatest technology in combination with our certified solutions analysts to ensure 100% accuracy and compliance, and most importantly, accessibility. This is followed by a report that lists issues and recommendations for remediation.

Services: Remediation

Once accessibility issues are identified, we work to remove the barriers keeping your company from reaching a level of compliance. Ablr can provide you and your team with the resources you need to remediate, or we can simply provide you with the report findings, best practices guidelines, and team training to ensure ongoing compliance of accessibility.

Did you know?

Most major U.S. companies’ career sites don’t meet best practice standards of accessibility for candidates with disabilities.

Source: Gartner

Services: Monitoring

Accessibility, like SEO, is not a “set it and forget it” approach. That is why Ablr deploys an ongoing monitoring service to support your accessibility and inclusion program. This ensures that any potential site changes are identified, accessible, and reported for peace of mind.

Did you know?

Microsoft has a Chief Disability Officer. Her name is Jenny Lay-Flurrie, and she believes that creating accessible tech isn’t just about people with disabilities: inclusive features should work for everyone.

Services: Training and Consulting
Educate & Integrate

Accessibility and inclusion is not just a one-time project, but something that should be built into your foundation. This is a significant, but important, shift for many companies. We have designed a self-paced, e-learning course to work with you to break down existing barriers for your customers and employees with disabilities.

Did you know?

In a 2015 survey of job seekers with disabilities, 82% of respondents had applied to positions online, and 46% of those respondents found the online application process difficult or impossible to complete.

Source: The Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology

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