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How Much Does It Cost To Make Your Website Accessible?

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At CodeGeek, we love building awesome web experiences—from websites to web apps and everything in between.

And we have a passion for making sure web experiences are accessible for everyone.

So, when it comes to web accessibility, we often get asked: How much will it cost to make my website accessible?

That’s a super complex question, and our answer is based on three key factors:
  1. how accessible you want your site to be
  2. how much work is involved
  3. who will keep your site accessible
Check out our handy-dandy blog post to find out more about how we estimate the cost to make your website accessible.
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Accessibility Corner

Slide from speaker Jerry Jone's talk
Featured Talk Creating Accessible Content with WordPress

Presented by Jerry Jones at WordPress Accessibility Day

A perfectly coded website will still break down if the content isn’t written and built accessibly.

In this presentation, Jerry Jones shares with us how to write content that is accessible to everyone + how to quickly evaluate themes and plugins for basic accessibility.

Review Jerry’s slides.
Watch the presentation (starts at 3:13:18).

Check out more WordPress Accessibility Day talks on their YouTube channel!
 We're Hiring!

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That’s right! The Geeks are adding to our brood, and we’re super duper excited about it.

We’re looking for another Project Manager extraordinaire who not only ranks high on the geek scale (it's a real thing) but who also loves:
  • websites and web apps
  • working with a fun-loving team (if we do say so ourselves)
  • building long-term relationships with the bestest of clients
Got someone in mind? Share our Project Manager job posting with them and send them our way!

Project Highlight

Homepage for Tetherow Resort's website
Tetherow Resort - Tetherow Resort is a resort and community nestled in gorgeous Bend, Oregon.

They recently decided it was time to make sure everything was up to snuff on their website, accessibility-wise, so Tetherow’s marketing partners called upon the Geeks to do an accessibility review.

We identified 27 different types of issues to address, from color adjustments to hover indicators, to help move Tetherow's site towards the next level of WCAG 2.1 AA compliance—and we had a grand ol’ time addressing them.

🙌 And the best part is that their site is now accessible to even more visitors than before.

If you’ve been wondering if your site is as accessible as it could be, give us a call! We’d love to schedule an accessibility review with you.

Want to see more projects we’ve geeked out on? You got it!

Where In The World Are The Geeks?

Ron and Cathy (and friend) took advantage of a powder-prefect day on Mary Jane Mountain.
Ron, Cathy and friend posing for a ski photo

Megan and hubs took to the road and visited many iconic places in the American West, including White Sands National Park.
Van parked in front of White Sands National Park

Rebecca crossed off a bucket list item, which was to successfully put together a puzzle without Dax eating it.
Tuxedo cat looking at a puzzle
“CodeGeek shepherded us through a fairly complex website project with a lot of hard-to-categorize content with patience, creativity and seemingly bottomless problem-solving skills."

Vanessa Agee, Town of Frisco, CO

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