Service: ADA Compliance

ADA Compliance

The American with Disabilities Act is a civil rights law which passed in 1990 with the fundamental premise that individuals with disabilities have the right to access the same experiences that those without disability do. This is why bathroom stalls have handrails, building entrances have access ramps and a host of other ways that our society provides accommodation to those with disabilities.

What Does This Have To Do With Your Website?

Your website is not exempt from this civil rights law. The same premise that says that those with disabilites should be able to enter a Starbucks also says that they should be able to interact with your website. This includes those with visual and hearing impairments.

Your organization could be at risk for a lawsuit if your website is not in compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WGAC). In fact, a blind woman sued Beyonce because her website is not ADA Compliant. Your business could be next.

Complete ADA Website Review

Our team has created a detailed ADA Compliance whitepaper which outlines the three levels of ADA Compliance and the individual requirements for each level. They can be difficult to understand, even if you read the detailed ADA Compliance specs at w3.org.

Download our ADA Whitepaper

Our team can help you work through these requirements in two steps:

  1. ADA Compliance Review
    First, we perform a complete review of your website and issue a report to you on each compliance requirement. This report will outline how your website performs on each requirement and which requirement(s) for which your website is out of compliance.
  2. ADA Compliance Implementation
    With the report complete, we will provide an estimate to help your website achieve compliance, assuring that your website satisfied each and every requirement at your desired ADA Compliance level.

If your business needs assistance with ADA Compliance, simply contact us and allow our team to be your guide.

Download Our ADA Compliance Whitepaper

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