Price of WCAG 2.1 audit

Our WCAG 2.1 accessibility audits follow a standard format allowing us to offer a package audit as well as creating a bespoke service where needed. Web accessibility audits can come in all shapes and sizes, we will happily work with you and your team to determine the best option for you.

Cost of an audit

We know that one of the most frequent questions we are asked is how much will an audit cost? We do our best to tailor our audits to best match your budget, internal resources and end goal. That being said we have come up with three packages to give you a guide price and would be more than happy to tailor any audit package to best suit your needs.

With each option we can add in additional screens, micro-sites, assistive technology and browser testing as well as include:

  • Follow up helpdesk support
  • Retests
  • Creation of accessibility statements
  • Adapt the report and delivery for key stakeholders
  • Onsite testing

Audit package and prices

Please use the following as a guide and get in touch if you’d like to talk through other options that would work best for you. Prices do vary depending on the complexity on the page. We define screens as simple, moderate or complex*

Introductory audit

Great for smaller websites and giving you confidence your website template pages meet the WCAG 2.1 accessibility criteria.

  • A WCAG 2.1 accessibility audit of 10 simple screens and 1 moderate screen
  • Report detailing the issue, impact and solution
  • Prioritisation of issues

Total cost £1,540 plus VAT

Intermediate audit

For small to medium sites, ideal for anyone who is new to accessibility and needing additional follow up support.

  • A WCAG 2.1 accessibility audit of 20 simple screens and 4 moderate screens and 1 complex screen
  • Report detailing the issue, impact and solution
  • Prioritisation of issues
  • Tracker spreadsheet of issues
  • Report debrief (1 hour telephone)
  • 4 hours helpdesk support

Total cost £3,879 plus VAT

Premium audit

Great for medium to large sites who need to ensure that accessibility is met for the project and staff around have support and training to continue with their accessibility journey.

  • A WCAG 2.1 accessibility audit of 30 simple screens and 10 moderate screens and 5 complex screens
  • Report detailing the issue, impact and solution
  • Prioritisation of issues
  • Tracker spreadsheet of issues
  • Report debrief in person
  • Onsite workshop based on audit results and key areas of support
  • Slide deck with executive summary of issues
  • 8 hours helpdesk support

Total cost £7,685 plus VAT and expenses for onsite workshop

*Definition of simple, moderate and complex screens

A simple screen has no interactive elements other than links and the main menu. A moderate screen may have a simple form. A complex screen may have more complex forms and scripted interactions

Get in touch

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