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Tired of tracking accessibility audits in spreadsheets? Focus on what really matters, let us simplify the rest.

Be Inclusive is a web app that helps you define, track, and share digital accessibility audits. We simplify the admin part of the process so manual auditing is easier to manage and share with teammates & clients.

Key Features

Guided setup

Prompting questions to start your a11y audits quickly and predictably, utilizing the WCAG-EM methodology

Screenshot of the first step in creating a new project labeled 'Defining the scope'.

Tracking & Logging

Track success criteria results and log new observations (with associated images) all in one easy interface

Comprehensive Results

Printable results page full of audit details, export and share options available. Check out an example report here

Screenshot of the first step in creating a new accessibility audit project labeled 'Defining the scope'.

Project Dashboard

Manage your projects and keep track of accessibility audit stats all in one place

Screenshot of the dashboard, displays one accessibility audit project with two audits and a button to create a new project.

Work Together

Share projects with teammates so you can tackle that manual audit checklist together

Screenshot of the team management page, displays a list of current team members and two pending invitations.

Just Getting Started?

What people are saying

Be Inclusive has proven invaluable when auditing complex web applications, reducing the time spent yet resulting in a more comprehensive audit. Before I discovered Be Inclusive, I was seriously considering building such a tool for myself, but now I don't have to! Excellent customer service and responsiveness to questions and suggestions.
Gary Ritchie Headshot of Gary outside with green trees in the background, Gary is wearing a blue and white plaid shirt smiling towards the camera.
It was so convenient to have auditing and WCAG guidelines in one place! I found myself learning a lot about accessibility guidelines while evolving my report to be an actionable document that lets me report out on my findings easily.
Steph Loughran Headshot of Steph standing in front of a red wall, loosely curled brown hair and a green button blouse smiling towards the camera.
I'm sure those of us using spreadsheets to document results will feel much happy. This not only helped my quality of report, it has also enhanced my level of Accessibility Testing.
Srinivasu Chakravarthula Headshot of Srinivasu in front of an orange wall, wavy black hair and short beard, wearing a cream colored top with a gold pattern and a necklace.
I was thrilled to find a tool designed around the specific needs of accessibility reviews. I can’t tell you how much time and effort it saved us.
Caitlyn Mayers Portrait of Caitlyn standing at a podium in VCU Brandcenter, brown hair and blue framed glasses wearing a grey blazer over a red tshirt smiling towards the audience.
We’ve had a few projects recently where we’ve been logging issues directly into ADO and I’ll say it’s only reminded me how much I appreciate the template for tracking and organizing that you’ve established in Be Inclusive.
The Be Inclusive app has not only been a joy to use but it has drastically cut down the time it takes to complete my accessibility audit reports.

Let us simplify your a11y audits

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Let's get to work!

Hi, I'm Steve!

Photo of Steve posed with a finger on his cheek looking up and to the side while smiling and wearing a customary plaid shirt.

I started Be Inclusive because I saw a gap between homegrown spreadsheet-based manual accessibility audits and those offered by enterprise solutions.

Spreadsheets are hard to manage and share, enterprise solutions are packed full of features but are often too expensive for agencies and freelancers.

I sincerely hope you like it, if you need anything please do get in touch!