Siteimprove is a simple, powerful tool that evaluates a website looking for issues that involve content quality, accessibility, and search engine optimization. It is especially useful for accessibility, by assisting in finding and repairing errors that could interfere with user experience limiting their access to important information.
Why use Siteimprove?
• Make website accessible and usable to all
• Set priorities for addressing accessibility and quality assurance issues
• Track accessibility improvements over time
• Ensure compliance with WMU Accessibility Policy
Who should use Siteimprove?
This tool meets the needs of both content editors and developers. For content editors, it highlights issues like missing alternative text and skipped heading levels. For developers, it details how to improve code which helps with improving accessibility.
Features of Siteimprove
Siteimprove uses an at-a-glance dashboard feature that indicates where to make improvements.
Digital Certainty Index - measures the quality and potential impact of your site's digital presence, including its accessibility and usability, its credibility and trustworthiness, and how well-poised it is to respond to SEO challenges.
Quality Assurance – fix issues impacting user experience
Accessibility – highlights issues that create barriers for people with disabilities
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – assists intended audience with finding pages
Policy – set guidelines for website content, images, and documents
Reports – track progress or schedule reports on issues discovered by Siteimprove
If you would like access to this valuable tool select the Siteimprove single sign-on link https://my2.siteimprove.com/Auth/Saml2/66357310 to start the process.
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