When working on a digital project, it’s easy to lose sight of the forest for the trees. Plus, you’ll likely miss what you’re not looking for, too. Let Discoverly work alongside your team and support their best work by using our expertise to guide your next project.
Let us be your ‘accessibility champion’. We’ll attend team meetings, lead robust discussions around inclusive design and be there to troubleshoot accessibility issues as they come to the surface.
You can choose to work with us in two ways: either via a block of hours (to use as you go), or ongoing monthly support (set hours or days each month).
Of course, Discoverly can help with web accessibility auditing and evaluation. Auditing is a specific skill set that your team may not be confident with, so we are here to help.
Audits vary in size and detail, but are super valuable as a way to take stock of where you are at – and mean that you can make informed decisions about ‘where to from here?’
Setting you and your team up for success with web accessibility can take many forms, but in our experience, there are two key areas that fall under what we refer to as setting up ‘the discipline of accessibility’ in your organisation.
The ‘accessibility discipline’ needs to be set up and supported (at least initially) by Discoverly. This should include –
The types of activities we can help with around setting up accessibility policy and strategy in your organisation include (in our experience) –
Everyone has a different level of experience and exposure to web accessibility (including zero knowledge), especially within a single digital team. If you’re working in a product team, you’ll likely face a diverse set of skills and a patchwork of knowledge when it comes to web accessibility. Our support can bridge those gaps and build your team’s confidence – all while getting great digital work over the line.
In our experience, the quickest way to bring your team’s working knowledge and confidence around web accessibility up, is to engage an expert for ongoing support. This means having someone from our team (sometimes called a sponsor, champion, or advocate) onboard to attend meetings and discussions, bring our experience and advice, and champion accessibility through inclusive design. We usually support clients through either –
Every digital project has its own set of challenges and innovations. It’s why our approach to web accessibility consulting isn’t cookie-cutter or based on just ‘ticking all the boxes’. We’ll adapt our expertise to empower you to make better digital work.