Services and Training for WCAG

From beginner to advanced programs, our specialists tailor services and training programs to fit your organization's digital accessibility needs.

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The User1st Portfolio for WCAG Services

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Accessibility Remediation Support

User1st Accessibility Integrators can support your team’s efforts with digital accessibility remediation, whether documents or web. Allow us to lend a hand!

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Web Accessibility Audits & Certification

Need to know how accessible your digital assets are or one you’re considering purchasing? We do web accessibility audits to get you the information you need.

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Custom Training

Arm your staff with WCAG knowledge and skills they need to design and develop right from the start. User1st offers online self-paced and custom training.

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Latest Content

Website Accessibility Testing: Where to Begin?

Before organizations can fix website accessibility errors, you need to understand your site’s accessibility posture. With so many testing tool options on the market, how do you select the best testing tool one for your needs?

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Improving Access for People with Disabilities

June 17 - NJ Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce outlines the difficulties people with disabilities face in accessing Internet information about the COVID19 pandemic — and she is leading by example by making her own website more accessible.

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Government Contractors - Far Update on Accessible ICT

It’s been more than three years since the U.S. Access Board finalized its Revised 508 Standards, U.S. federal government contractors should be aware that the FAR is finally being updated to incorporate the Revised 508 Standards.

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Be Proactive about ADA Compliance! 

User1st's Essential Website Accessibility Guide takes you step-by-step through the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 requirements for creating a website that’s ADA-compliant.  Download your copy today! 

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ADA at 30: A Personal Reflection

Molly Kiko, a valued User1st employee, shares her personal reflection of the impact the Americans with Disabilities Act has had on her life and career.

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