Checklist for auditing a website

December 30, 2022

Here are some potential items that you might consider including on a checklist for auditing a website:

1. Content:

  • Is the content on the website accurate and up-to-date?
  • Is the content organized in a logical and intuitive way?
  • Is the content easy to read and understand?
  • Is the content free of spelling and grammar errors?

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2. Design:

  • Is the website visually appealing and easy on the eyes?
  • Is the website responsive and mobile-friendly?
  • Is the website easy to navigate and use?
  • Are all page elements (e.g., images, videos, etc.) properly formatted and displayed?

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3. Functionality:

  • Do all links on the website work as expected?
  • Do all forms on the website work as expected?
  • Is the website free of any broken or outdated functionality?

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  • Is the website loading quickly and efficiently?
  • Is the website optimized for search engines (SEO)?
  • Is the website secure (e.g., using HTTPS)?

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4. Accessibility:

  • Is the website accessible to users with disabilities (e.g., screen readers)?
  • Is the website compliant with relevant accessibility standards (e.g., WCAG)?

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This is just a general list of potential items to include on a website audit checklist. Depending on your specific needs and goals, you may want to add or remove items from this list as needed.