Pixo provides web accessibility audit and repair services to make websites and software applications universally accessible. Pixo is the home of the Gold Marc Web Accessibility Standards.
Websites developed by Pixo are accessible and standards-compliant from the ground up. We use multiple standards and tools for testing and improving accessibility. Since the W3C WCAG 1.0 was first released in 1999, Pixo has trained our staff and pursued the most up-to-date and broadly-supported techniques for web accessibility.
We are advocates and speakers on accessibility and have a long history contributing to Web Accessibility and Pixo has worked with John Gunderson's team at the University of Illinois. Studies have shown that college sites are widely inaccessible to students with disabilities. Click here to read an article by Marc Perry about this study.
We routinely build sites that comply with WCAG 2.0, Federal Section 508, W3C WCAG Level AA, and the Illinois IT Accessibility Act. Pixo was a lead author of new accessibility features in Drupal 7 (yes, our accessibility enhancements were contributed into the Drupal 7 core product!).