ADA WCAG Website Accessibility
Accessibility Solutions for ADA & WCAG Compliance
Making your website accessible to everybody is the right thing to do
The internet is where everything happens. Can imagine your life without it? accessing what the internet has to offer should be a basic right for everybody, regardless of their abilities.
Here’s how it works
The AI utilizes two applications that together achieve full compliance. The accessibility interface is responsible for all the UI and design-related adjustments, while the AI-powered background process handles the more complex requirements – optimization for screen-readers and for keyboard navigation.
What is the website accessibility legislation?
Due to the increased use of the Internet, many countries have incorporated web accessibility into existing civil rights legislation that protects people with disabilities or created new ones. This includes the ADA, AODA, EEA, and many more. Most countries have adopted the WCAG 2.1 AA, or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, as standard for accessible websites and refer to them in settlements.
We Solve Real Problems
Why is Website Compliance Important and Why You Should Care?
Avoid Costly Litigation
Boost Brand Perception
Extend Market Research
Disabilities that are Covered
Compliance is Required by Everyone
What Issues do Small Businesses Face in Making their Websites Compliant?
Many smaller businesses haven’t updated their websites for years. These older sites often contain an overload of images, videos and flashing gifs—especially dangerous to consumers with epilepsy—that can make them expensive and time-consuming to update.Websites can also be difficult for SMBs to keep updated because:
- They are dynamic and new content is generated every day. The tiniest change can break the code and make the website inaccessible.
- Compliance regulations change and adjust so often that it can be especially challenging for small businesses to keep up with these changes.
One example of a small business stretched to the limit by lawsuits is the Avanti Hotel in Palm Springs, CA. In order to avoid further lawsuits, small businesses like the Avanti—which faced up to 25K in damages and fees—had to resort to using plain type on some pages of their website until they were able to upgrade because ‘no access is equal access’ according to the ADA.
Choose Your Plan
- For websites under 1,000 unique pages
- For websites under 10,000 unique pages
- For websites under 100,000 unique pages
- For websites under 1,000,000 unique pages