The Department of Administration (DOA), Division of Enterprise Information Services (EITS), has purchased a Siteimprove web accessibility management (monitoring) service that is available to all State of Nevada departments, divisions, boards, and commissions that have a State of Nevada website.
The Siteimprove platform is a simple, powerful tool that evaluates how accessible your website is, and shows you how to make it better. It offers a key approach to securing digital accessibility for public websites, with an at-a-glance dashboard feature that pinpoints exactly where to make improvements. The service provides complete visibility across your content quality and performance and SEO. Accessible web design is central to good design principles, and following guidelines for web accessibility ensures usability for everyone, including people with disabilities.
Siteimprove licenses are restricted to users who have signed a Service Level Agreement(SLA) with the Department of Administration, Division of Enterprise Information Services (EITS) and is not for personal use.
Siteimprove Presents: Accessibility NextGen
Siteimprove has joined forces with W3C and other prominent industry partners in defining a set of new standards that take digital accessibility testing to the next level and beyond. For Siteimprove users, this means a range of brand-new accessibility checks, helping your organization achieve a higher level of accessibility conformance and improved end-user experiences.
Siteimprove Review of Potential Issues Training (Specific to Ektron)
On the Siteimprove Most Common Issues page you will find answers to specific questions Siteimprove asks when you are reviewing potential issues and how to respond to them.
NOTE: Primary support will be provided by Siteimprove. Additional training will be available by the State Web Development team on request.