ADA Compliance

  • What is ADA compliance: It Goes Beyond Accessibility

    Disabilities shouldn’t hinder people’s access to information and services, but many businesses still neglect ADA compliance. 

    Find out how you can make a difference for the betterment of others and your business. 

  • How an ADA-compliant website can improve your SEO

    A large number of people around the world live with some form of physical or visual disability, and most are regular internet users. Which means ...
  • Top 3 Benefits of ADA Compliance for Your Website and Business

    More than 60% of U.S.-based adults with a disability own a laptop or desktop PC while 72% have their own smartphones. Moreover, 75% of them use the Internet daily. If there are over 40 million in America who have a disability, government and business offices have a huge responsibility to stay accountable when it comes to web accessibility.
  • ADA Law: Defining Disability Inclusive Physical and Digital Facilities

    The Americans with Disabilities Act—more popularly referred to as ADA—upholds the need to make physical structures and digital services accessible...
  • Understanding Deafness and the Value of Adaptive Web Design

    ADA Web Accessibility specializes in web development and design that caters to people with disabilities. We have the technology and know-how to make your web pages more user-friendly through captions and transcripts.
  • ADA Lawsuits Are Rising. How Can Your Business Avoid Them?

    Public accommodations must provide people with disabilities with equal access to their facilities, services, and merchandise under Title III of the ADA. Few companies openly or consciously discriminate against customers with disabilities, although content limitations do happen when accessibility is not prioritized.
  • Building an Inclusive Internet Through ADA Website Compliance

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was created to prevent discrimination against people with disabilities. This allows them to have equal opportunities in all areas of public life like schools, jobs, transportation, access to public & private places, and telecommunications.
  • Helpful Tips to Reach Customers With Disabilities

       Statistics show that the number of people who live with some form of disability exceeds one billion–that’s about 15% of the global population. W...
  • 4 Simple Tests to Help You Find Out If Your Website is Accessible

    Here are a few quick and easy tests that you can perform to determine if your website has accessibility issues.
  • The Legal Basis of Web Accessibility Lawsuits

    The American Disabilities Act (ADA) had been around since 1990, but the clamor for compliance to this law intensified in recent years, with businesses being sued for poor website accessibility. A UsableNet survey said that digital accessibility lawsuits rose by 25% year-on-year, reaching 3,500 in 2020. 
  • How Agencies Can Protect Their Clients From Web Accessibility Lawsuits

    Making sure that your client’s website is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design helps immensely with protecting them against potential lawsuits and fines.
  • 4 Reasons Your Website Could Be Hurting Your Brand

    Unfortunately, many brands fall into the trap of creating ineffective websites that ultimately end up hurting their business. Here, you will learn about the four main reasons your website may be hurting your brand.