Think Accessibility, make a difference with our Free offer today!

You can make a difference to over a fifth of the community just by taking the first steps in web accessibility and for Free! Keep reading to find out how to make the most of our Free offer.

What can I do?

The very first step, is reading this and having a browse over my blog. It’s free, so accessibility need not break the bank.

The next step and a very important step, is to act now and take advantage of my Free offer.

What is the Free offer?

The free offer is a basic accessibility check of one page of your website. This check will look at common accessibility issues and highlight these together with why they effect people and give suggestions on how to address them. The tests are subject to availability and are offered without warranty.

What are the catches?

There are no catches, the tests will be carried out by myself, using my specialised skills and experience in web development and accessibility. You will get a short report highlighting any issues found with reasons, people who it effects and guidance on resolving them.

However, if you find the report useful, if it helps you improve your level and understanding of accessibility and want to provide a testimonial of your experience to share on this blog, I’d be happy to share the love.

What are the requirements?

  • You must be the owner or responsible for the web page to be tested.
  • You will need to insert a short HTML comment into the page before I can perform the test. This just helps ensure you are indeed the web page owner or that you are responsible for it.
  • Your web page must be on the public domain, available on the world wide web. Sorry, I am not able to offer this to private intranet or extranet web pages.
  • You will need to complete the below form. Please ensure you enter your email address correctly.

Get your free offer now


Sarah Arrow

John’s insights on usability are simply brilliant. His advice enabled me to adjust various settings on my site to make it easier for the visually impaired. His demonstration of how his sight reading device spotted an error that hundreds of other people missed! Connect with John, you’ll love what you learn.