ADA Compliance Website for your business
American Disability Act- ADA Compliance Website not only promotes equality and accessibility but also saves a ton of legal cases from being filed against businesses. Every year thousands of cases are filed against companies that do not accommodate the ADA guidelines.
Why ADA Compliance is Important
The ADA was enacted in order to protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination. This ensures that businesses, employers, etc. are held to a set of standards in order to prevent discrimination based on ableness and make sure that environments are accessible.
Website ADA compliance service
We perform manual testing using screenreaders like NVDA & Jaws to find out existing issues with a website and perform remediation. No matter what is the status of your website we're here for you at every step to make sure your website stays accessible and you can concentrate on your business expansion in the meantime. We provide various web accessibility services, some of them are listed below.
Website Manual Accessibility Testing
Manual testing is the way to evaluate a website's accessibility i.e, how easily a disabled person can use the website. We perform manual testing using a different screen readers such as NVDA & JAWS, different keyboards, different devices, and different browsers to ensure all the issues are found.
Existing Website's ADA Remediation
People filed more than 2,900 websites ADA Title III lawsuits in 2021 alone in the US. Website ADA compliance ensures your website has inclusivity, and website is no longer vulnerable to the ADA lawsuits.
Design ADA Compliant Website From Scratch
Accessible websites provide a better experience for all users. The principles of web accessibility are closely aligned with the best practices of web design. When content is easy to perceive, understand, and operate, every user benefits. We create accessible website from scratch according to your need.
Monthly website accessiblility monitoring
Most of the website is chaning and evolving day by day, they never stays the same. It is important to check the website regularly to ensure the website accessibility. We use our own tool to keep track of every WCAG violations in the website, share them with the customer and make necessary fix.
Learn about web accessibility
According to The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), when a website is built in such a way that everyone, even people with disabilities also can use is basically called web accessibility. Survey says, around 15%-20% of American has basic tech knowledge. In that scenario, we need a lot of awareness to be spread and a lot of knowledge to be distributed amongst the people. Read our blog to learn more about web accessibility.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 or ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disability. ADA requires that all electronic information and technology i.e, your website, must be accessible to the people with disability.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lays down a standard for businesses, public spaces, and people that encourages a level of accessibility for all individuals. This alone makes ADA compliance important. However, a huge percentage- around 1 in 5 of Americans have some sort of disability, So it is important for businesses to make sure their website is accessible for those 1 in 5 too. Internet should be equal so, everyone should adapt the methodology and mentality to make their digital product, i.e, a website accessible for everyone.
ADA compliant website basically means a website that follows the ADA guidelines, there are several things in ADA. In general, If a website is accessible to everyone including people with disabilities is called ADA Compliant website.
In general, everyone should have an accessible website. But in terms of ADA, The ADA applies to organizations and businesses that fit one or more of the following criteria: All local, county, state, and federal government agencies. Any business that relies on the general public or for their benefit. Privately run companies that currently have 15 or more employees.
There is no way to know for sure unless you test, there are multiple ways of testing a website to check if the website is accessible or if it has some accessibility issues. Automated testing is quick and easy but less accurate, Manual testing takes time and effort but it is more accurate.
The best way to make your website ADA compliant is to test the website with a screen reader and keyboard, using different devices on different browsers. After you find out all the issues you need to take care of just go fix them or hire some developer who can fix them according to the WCAG- web content accessibility guidelines. We are a full-service accessibility support provider. Contact us if you need any kind of web accessibility help.
Make your website ADA compliant today
Website ADA compliance is not a choice anymore, It's a requirement. Most businesses don't realize the importance of an accessible website until they get legal notice about the lawsuits. We will make sure you don't see the day you get a call from the lawyer.