ACCESSIBILITY COMPLIANCE is mandatory for any online property owned and operated by a business - adding more complexity to the changing digital landscape.

How does this impact my business?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ensures that commercial and public entities provide access and accommodation for individuals including those who have from one or more disabilities. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a series of testing criteria to help guide website operators in creating a website that is more accessible to those with disabilities. The number of website accessibility lawsuits is increasing and all websites are at risk of being served a complaint if they do not demonstrate they are accessible to people with disabilities.


Manual Audits

An in-depth audit will outline areas of an online presence that require attention.

Manual Implemention

A cost-effective, time-sensitive implementation strategy uniquely developed for each business challenge.

Manual Confirmation

Once implemented a thorough review of all changes is tested and documented.

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What is Website Accessibility and Why Does it Matter?

ACCESSIBILITY COMPLIANCE is mandatory for any online property owned and operated by a business - adding more complexity to the changing digital landscape.

Businesses are liable for Website Accessibility Barriers

Websites are liable for Website Accessibility barriers, accessibility lawsuits are costing website owners thousands. Here is how to be prepared and mitigate the risk.

Five Most Common Website Accessibility Barriers

Here is our list of the five most common Website Accessibility compliance barriers found on websites and how to remediate the barriers found.


Consulting & Technical Assistance

An Online Compliance Policy and Strategy continues to add value for businesses

  • Ongoing or on-demand accessibility support and technical assistance
  • Developing customized training or reference materials
  • Evaluating the accessibility of third-party applications
  • Policy development and implementation
  • Coordinating the efforts of administrators, programmers, developers, content creators, and others
  • Consultation in authoring a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), which is a method of stating a product's compliance with Section 508, GDPR, and CCPA

The web continues to mature and sites continue to evolve. As a business evolves, an Online Compliance Policy and Strategy follows. Online Accessibility is a complex endeavor and expertise to support business challenges is available.


What does it take to make a website compliant?

Web programmers specializing in compliance barriers will review the code on your current site, looking for areas that would greatly benefit from ADA compliant website improvements. Understanding the goals of the website and the volume of improvements needed, an implementation plan is developed. How Customer data is stored, managed, and used is also reviewed for GDPR and CCPA compliance. Remediation of compliance barriers can span from full website creation to tweaks and changes to balance costs and timing with compliance. Recommendations to best manage customer information are provided, and a policy is developed. Following any changes, documentation of the improvements and ongoing testing and maintenance is performed.

Being compliant online does more than just protect a business from a lawsuit

Web accessibility and ADA compliant website design services aren’t just for the people that need it; it can also help your company stand out on the internet and boost your visibility. When you use our ADA compliance solutions, it makes a huge impact on your SEO. Your visibility increases and more people can access your site; which in turn increases your CRO. Planning for the next change in web accessibility is important. If your website is already ADA compliant, then when standards update or scope of authority increases, you’re ready for those changes.



What happens when your website is not compliant?

A company’s first violation of ADA compliance can be anywhere between $55,000 and $75,000. A second violation increases to $110,000 to $150,000. When your website is not ADA compliant, you could face serious financial setbacks in fines and penalties. If your site doesn’t utilize ADA compliant website design at all, it may become more difficult to keep up with the changing standards when it’s time to switch. Having a baseline of following ADA accessibility standards will make it easier to upgrade when guidelines change. In short, your website does not perform as well on search engine rankings when you do not adhere to ADA compliant web design. Using ADA compliance solutions ensures that anyone can access the info and services on your site, not just those

Frequently Asked Questions:

How mature is your current accessibility effort?

Which specific pages/views would you like included in the evaluated sample?

Do you have a specific accessibility goal (e.g., WGAG 2.1 A/AA)?

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