1. Achieve a better understanding of accessibility standards for web design and how well Flywheel follows them
2. Set accessibility design & development standards for Flywheel, creating a clear path forward
1. Development-based issues (page functionality, tab order, alt. text)
2. Design-based issues (color contrast, semantic/heading structure)
Accessibility is not something that can be tested in the same way that my other projects can. While increasing revenue for the company was important, success for this project was defined by having a way to move forward with a Flywheel redesign that kept accessibility in mind.
As Flywheel continues to grow and evolve, there are now a set of guidelines in place for designers and developers both to be able to work towards a fully accessible site.
You can see the site as it exists now at getflywheel.com, although some designs may have changed as the page continues to evolve.