Accessibility Statement

As a web development and technology provider, Decubing Web Services understands the importance of ensuring that our work caters to the diverse needs of everyone. We proudly adhere to the “AA” level of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Version 2.1 and build our business around delivering accessible content.

Additionally, we maintain an open-source accessibility platform, Equalify, which strives to give everyone top-notch accessibility testing and remediation tools.

The Standard We Adhere To

Decubing strives to make all the content we work on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG) AA compliant. The WCAG is an open standard for determining accessibility. AA compliance is considered good support for a website geared toward a global audience.

What We’re Doing

As of May 15, 2023, Decubing has taken the following actions to maintain accessibility compliance:

  • Both automated and manual tests were used to ensure compliance of
  • Automated testing was conducted using Equalify, which ran axe-core, an automated accessibility testing engine.
  • We conducted manual testing using guidelines from WCAG 2.1.
  • After conducting manual and automated testing, any issues that violated WCAG 2.1 Level AA conformance were remediated.
  • Decubing regularly runs automated web accessibility testing from Equalify and performs manual testing on request.
  • All approved service tickets filed are reviewed by our accessibility experts and tagged with specific concerns that our employees and vendors must address to complete tickets.
  • Any updates we perform to content and codebases are reviewed for WCAG 2.1 Level AA compliance before publication.
  • Blake Bertuccelli-Booth, the owner of Decubing, pledges 20% of his weekly work time to develop Equalify into a feature-rich open-source resource that makes the web more accessible.

Accessibility Features

In addition to semantic HTML, these features are set up specifically to work with assistive technology:

  • Distinct, descriptive page titles.
  • Ordered headings to construct a logical document flow.
  • Unique, descriptive names for links, buttons, and other interactive controls.
  • Alternative descriptions for non-text content.
  • Removing repetitive, redundant links to the same destination from the Accessibility Tree.
  • Small amounts of ARIA to help address gaps in assistive technology support.

Feedback and Contact

We welcome your feedback. Please let us know if you encounter accessibility barriers on Decubing’s website by emailing