The Overview highlights the latest accessibility stats for a website or app across the different testing methods. It gives you insight into the overall accessibility of your asset and helps you decide what to do next.
Use the overview to:
- Get a holistic understanding of a website or app’s level of accessibility based on evaluations, consistent monitoring, and scans.
- Check the progress of remediation and prioritize what to fix next.
- Track a website or app’s accessibility health score over time and take action if the score drops.
On this page:
Get a high-level summary of results from an evaluation, focused on remaining findings that need your attention:
- Remaining findings by status: A circle graph shows all findings from an evaluation, broken down by status. All the Open status findings still need to be addressed.
- Remaining findings by severity: A bar chart shows all findings from an evaluation, broken down by severity level (critical, high, low). Pay special attention to remaining critical findings, which create the biggest barriers for people with disabilities.
- Remaining findings by WCAG success criteria: A table shows remaining findings broken down by the WCAG success criteria they fall under. Select the criteria to see what rules have been broken.
Nothing here yet? This section will only be populated if an evaluation has been uploaded to your website/app by the Level Access team.
Track your accessibility progress with recent monitoring data, including your latest scan score. Notice the accessibility health trend graph, which marks your last seven scores to show progress over time.
Review concise information from your latest automated scans. From this section:
- Get an overview of your scans. In this section is a list of your previous scans with additional scan details, such as critical findings and score.
- Prioritize. Sort or filter scans by total critical findings, date, scan tag, and more to decide what you want to address first.
- Take action. Select a scan title to investigate results further or re-run scans for updated results.