ADA website compliance applies to the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. It requires that all websites must be accessible to those with disabilities. 26% of individuals in the United States live with a disability (Centers for Disease Control, 2022). Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 defines how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. We scan, analyze and fix accessibility issues on your website to ensure your business is compliant with ADA and WCAG.Get my website ADA compliant now
In 2018, the DOJ clarified that websites are considered places of public accommodation. US courts refer to WCAG 2.1 AA as the accessibility standard. Ensuring anyone can navigate your website isn’t just about avoiding a lawsuit, it’s also an element of building customer trust. The more that customers with disabilities are able to use your website in a way that’s free from cumbersome navigation, they’ll be more likely to shop with you or interact with your business because they know that you have their best interests in mind.
Small businesses aren’t strangers to website ADA non-compliance lawsuits. While small business websites have flown below the radar the last five years, they are equally as vulnerable. ADA web non-compliance lawsuits targeting businesses are up 300% since 2018. Now, with more people working from home there are more people online, which means it was clear very quickly which websites didn’t meet the standards for accessibility.Get my website ADA compliant now
We’ll perform a complete ADA & WCAG Compliance audit for your website.
We scan, analyze and fix accessibility issues on your website. An accessibility statement and badge will be added to the bottom of your website.
We work with most platforms including WordPress, Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, and custom builds.