Accessible Technology

Siteimprove at UW


Siteimprove is a full-featured, web-based tool that crawls websites and reports back on quality assurance issues such as broken links, potential misspellings and accessibility issues measured by the Web Content and Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, levels A, AA, and AAA. WCAG 2.0 is the standard for web accessibility developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Request Access

Siteimprove is a subscription-based tool managed by University Marketing and Communications (UMAC). Fees are assessed based upon the number of website pages crawled by the tool. Contact Thom Thorpe at for information about subscribing to Siteimprove.


Log-in to your Siteimprove account.

Getting Help

UW users can get FREE help with Siteimprove by contacting Anna Marie Golden at Contact Anna Marie for all UW Siteimprove support requests.

Chrome Extension

Siteimprove Accessibility Checker

The Siteimprove Accessibility Checker is a free tool available as a Google Chrome Extension that can check any web page for accessibility issues at any given time.

All analysis is done entirely within the Chrome browser, allowing secure evaluation of password-protected or non-public pages, multi-step forms, and dynamic content.