Accessibility testing

Accessibility testing will allow us to identify barriers your users may be coming up against, and suggest updates to improve the usability of the site for all.

Remove barriers and improve performance

  • Automated testing

    Using automated tools to quickly test for a wide range of likely accessibility issues. We can then separate site-wide template problems, and one-off content issues.

  • Manual testing

    Our accessibility experts will test a selection of pages with a range of assistive technologies adapted to your site’s audience, and report WCAG compliance issues as well as accessibility or UX improvements.

  • Design review

    Our UX and design teams provide actionable recommendations for any user experience or visual design deliverable.: brand guidelines, UI mockups, user journey maps, etc.

  • Code review

    We can leverage our technology expertise to provide accessibility recommendations tailored to your site’s platform and team workflow.


Evaluate the quality of your design or code with Accessibility QA testing, and ensure your service works for all users.

  1. Deliver an inclusive digital service
  2. Follow the WCAG standard and accessibility best practices
  3. Get timely feedback from accessibility experts

Improve the accessibility of your digital product or service

Every digital platform or service is unique, so we’ll review your site against your objectives and provide bespoke recommendations suitable for your organisation. There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to accessibility testing.

If you’d like to know how to improve the accessibility of your digital product or service, drop us your details with a link to the site(s) to test (if possible) and we’ll get back to you with our recommended approach.

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Our website is our ‘shop window’ for people seeking advice, information and support so it’s absolutely vital that it’s accessible, intuitive and user-friendly. From the start of our work with Torchbox, inclusive design and accessibility have been the driving force. From feedback on the designs to user testing the site to ensure it is accessible and intuitive, blind and partially sighted people have played an invaluable role in developing the website.

Jim Sanders Director of Innovation and Transformation, RNIB