ADA Compliance

  • 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. 
  • How to Make Your Website ADA Compliant

    For a website to be considered as ADA compliant, it should conform with the WCAG 2.1 AA technical standards and follow four main principles.
  • 5 Web Accessibility Lawsuits and How Your Business Can Avoid Them

    Businesses, whether big or small, should consider making their website accessible to all individuals to avoid the risk of litigation.  
  • How to Use Voice Search to Optimize Your Website’s Accessibility

    Businesses today are now incredibly prominent in the digital space, and millions of individuals use the Internet every day to transact with brands ...
  • Accessibility Statistics: How to Make Your Website Accessible to Everyone in 2021

    Let’s look into the latest accessibility statistics and explore some of the ways you can make your website disability-friendly.
  • IRS Pays $5,000 in Tax Deductions for Websites That Are ADA-Compliant

    The Americans for Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. It encompasses all areas of public life, such as transportation, digital information, schools, and jobs. Even online platforms like websites have to comply with this law.
  • The Benefits of Making Your Website ADA-Compliant

    Making your platform easily accessible to those with disabilities can be advantageous for your business. Here are some of the merits of having an ADA-compliant web page:
  • What is Website Accessibility?

    Accessible websites not only improve user experience. They also ensure that people living with disabilities can navigate the Internet in the same way that persons without disabilities can.
  • Why Your Business Website Needs to Be ADA-Compliant

    In this article, we’ll go over what ADA stands for, why it’s important, and how to make sure your website is ADA-compliant.