What is Web Accessibility?

Web accessibility allows those with disabilities to perceive and navigate your website. It applies a set of uniform standards, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), determined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as part of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) to the text, image and sounds presented to site visitors as well as the underlying code that structures these elements.

Make Your Site Accessible

Enhance the Customer Experience

More than 50% of consumers with purchasing power are touched by disabilities.

Be Inclusive

Create a disability-friendly website that gives equal accessibility to all of your customers in order to foster their loyalty

Stay Compliant

Meet web accessibility standards and regulations, as well as WCAG 2.1 technical requirements.

Avoid Legal Risk

If a person with disabilities has trouble accessing your services online, you could open yourself up to a lawsuit to force compliance.

Can I Do This Myself?

Achieving and maintaining ADA web accessibility compliance is an ongoing process that goes far beyond adding alt tags to images and a web accessibility statement to your home page. Accessibility standards must be applied to virtually every aspect of your website and updated whenever you add new content.

There are no “off the shelf” or automated solutions for web accessibility, and the advice of an experienced professional can be invaluable. Live testing is the gold standard in accessibility assessment and code changes are often required to remediate inaccessible web attributes or features. Unless you’re highly experienced in this area and have significant testing and web development resources, it’s unlikely you will be able to handle accessibility in house.

ADA and CAG Compliance

Kymera partners with the industry leader in digital accessibility, eSSENTIAL Accessibility. This partnership allows us to provide seamless digital accessibility solutions that include:

Testing & Evaluation

eSSENTIAL Accessibility combines software with smart human audits to conduct automated, technical, and functional tests on your site and identify barriers faced by people with disabilities, as per WCAG 2.1 Level A and AA success criteria.


The in-depth analysis of issues found on your site allow Kymera to make the changes needed for your site to be compliant.

Ongoing Support

Staying up-to-date with accessibility guidelines, especially when adding to or changing your website, is a must.

What is Web Accessibility?

Contact us for more information on creating a more inclusive experience
for all your online customers.