We are digital accessibility experts, let's work together.

Our mission is to make life easier for as many people as possible by creating helpful accessible products that everyone can use.

Our consultant services


  • Training
  • Workshops
  • User tests
  • Accessibility statement
  • WCAG audit

UX design

  • Research
  • Concept
  • User tests
  • Workshops
  • Wireframing


  • Front-end
  • Back-end
  • Project managing
  • React
  • Angular
  • Vanilla

WCAG and user testing

We have a lot of experience of user testing with people with different abilities. We now also have the possibility to do it remote with zoom!

While we do an WCAG audit preformed by our specialist to see how your site or product can become more accessible. We present the result and give suggestions for how your site can become more accessible.

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Takeaway apps: Do they deliver accessibility?

The world has changed due to Covid-19. A lot of people are in quarantine, voluntary or involuntary. Shops and restaurants are closed or have new rules to restrict crowding. One way to support local restaurants is to buy prepared meals in takeaway apps. But, how are these takeaway apps in terms of accessibility?

Neumorphism – the accessible and inclusive way

There’s a new kid in design town: neumorphism. It’s predicted to become a big design trend ahead. Let’s look at what neumorphism is, the potential accessibility pitfalls and how to use it responsibly.

Becoming a climate positive company

At Axess Lab we strive to make the world more accessible for people with disabilities. But what’s the point of an accessible world if we can’t survive in it?

What is a screen reader?

A screen reader is an assistive technology, primarily used by people with vision impairments. It converts text, buttons, images and other screen elements into speech or braille. Let’s go through what a screen reader is, how it works and see blind people in action!

Videos of people with disabilities using tech

There is no better way to understand the importance of accessibility and inclusive design than learning from actual users with disabilities. Here’s a collection of our favorite Youtube videos where people showcase how they use assistive technologies like screen readers, eye tracking, zoom and switches.