Accessibility Remediation

It’s safe to say that Accessibility Remediation is the most essential part of an accessibility project or program – it’s the part where you actually make things accessible! Getting help from our team of experts will ensure your accessibility fixes will meet your compliance requirements as quickly and effectively as possible.

What is Accessibility Remediation?


Developer time is extremely valuable and adding an extra sprint to a release can be very expensive. That’s when you need a Deque “Expert-in-Residence”. They’ll work closely with your team to ensure they’re learning and implementing the most effective accessibility fixes possible.

Developer Support

After the toughest parts of your accessibility work is done, you don’t necessarily need an expert working with your team around the clock. For those times you need a spot-check or a quick explanation of an issue you can purchase a block of Developer Support hours.

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Document and Media Remediation

Digital content is more than just web components and mobile apps. We can provide assistance with PDF and Microsoft Office document remediation, video captioning and audio description, and more to ensure that all of your digital content is accessible.

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Early Accessibility Projects

Accessibility knowledge takes a long time to develop, and most people need a few projects worth of experience before they get the hang of it. Our experts can help guide your team through the process and help them develop the expertise to stand on their own two feet.

When You Just Need a Hint

Even the most accessibility-savvy developers run into sticky issues. When you just need a second set of eyes or a little extra information, our team can be on call to offer that little nudge of support.

Urgent Deadlines

Sometimes you don’t have enough time to meet all your requirements. Expanding your resources with the help of the Deque team can turn your “impossible” accessibility projects into successful accessibility projects.