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Website Accessibility Audit

Help L.A.GOAL assess how accessible their website is to users with disabilities and identify next steps towards a website that will be accessible to all.
Culver City, CA, USA
Web Design

Posted January 14th

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Website Accessibility Audit

Project Details

What We Need
  • A list of the common issues along with the prioritization of both severity and impact of the accessibility issues found
  • List of areas that do not meet the Section 508, ADA, WCAG 2.0 guidelines
  • Specific recommendations to improve product accessibility their priority level (low, medium, and high priority)
  • Estimated time needed to fix current compliance issues
What We Have In Place
  • We currently have information needed to access our entire website, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have clear goals for compliance, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,212 , allowing us to provide more direct support to the individuals with developmental disabilities we serve.

Our mission is to create a more inclusive world and our clients are all individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as many elderly individuals--but we've never done an accessibility audit of our website. It's important to us to have an accessible site.

Project Plan

Prep: Project Goals, Timeline, and Process Established and Initial Information Distributed
  • Volunteer Manager provides overview of current website and any past analysis, as well as goals around the level of accessibility compliance they need to achieve
  • Professional explains their accessibility evaluation process and what the audit will entail
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager outline next steps and timeline for the project
  • Volunteer Manager walks Professional through the website, and they determine whether they should audit the full site in the time provided or focus on key page templates and a sampling of content types
Milestone 1: Website Audited
  • Professional performs both a manual and automated audit of the identified areas of the site against Section 508, WCAG 2.0, and ADA accessibility guidelines
  • Professional determines the severity and impact of any issues that are discovered
  • Professional creates a report including a high-level summary of the findings, the status of any pages included in the audit, and a detailed list of the discovered issues and their severity
Milestone 2: Audit Reviewed
  • Volunteer Manager reviews draft of audit report and provides feedback to the Professional
Milestone 3: Finalized Audit Report is Delivered to the Organization
  • Professional delivers final report for the Organization, which includes prioritized recommendations to remediate issues uncovered and achieve the targeted level of accessibility compliance
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About The Org

Our Mission

L.A. GOAL provides opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities to increase their independence and employability through educational, vocational and recreational programs. L.A. GOAL's art and outreach activities educate the community about the abilities of people with disabilities.

What We Do

Everyone who takes part in L.A. GOAL programs is called a "Member", as in family member, because we operate as a family. L.A. GOAL provides daily services to our Members in the following focus areas:

Paid Employment
Vocational Training
Adult Education
Life Skills Training
Visual Arts/Professional Art Studio
Music Therapy
Music and Drama
Health and Wellness
Leadership and Social Opportunities

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