ADA WEB Accessibility Blog

Get the latest tips about ADA Compliance, how to protect your business from ADA lawsuits, and how following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines can help you expand your audience and grow your business. 

ADA WEB

Accessibility Blog

Get the latest tips about ADA Compliance, how to protect your business from ADA lawsuits, and how following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines can help you expand your audience and grow your business. 

20% of Americans have a disability, and in the next decade, this number would likely multiply. Disabilities shouldn’t hinder people’s access to information and services, but many businesses still neglect ADA compliance.  Th...

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 that some of your target audience may find it difficult accessing your website. ...

Technology has become so closely woven into people's lives that their social and economic activities are essentially incomplete without it. This reality holds true for Internet users with disabilities. More than 60% of U.S.-ba...

The Americans with Disabilities Act—more popularly referred to as ADA—upholds the need to make physical structures and digital services accessible to people with varying abilities. Persons with disabilities continue to face ch...

The partial or total inability to hear sounds is one of the most common sensory processing disorders. In fact, hardness of hearing is the third most common chronic health issue in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease...

According to Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), businesses are prohibited from discriminating against people with disabilities in their physical establishments or online websites. Website accessibility laws...

Inclusiveness is an integral factor for every business. Our society has come a long way to fight discrimination and create a world with equal opportunity for all. The same is true when it comes to website accessibility.  The Am...

   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. With the number of disabled people growing, the disability market could become a ...

What comes to mind when you hear the term web accessibility? Chances are you associate it with having no access to a smartphone, a desktop, or a reliable internet connection. However, there’s more to web access than that.   Lea...

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 digi...

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. Published in 2010 by ...

A strong presence on the Internet is necessary for your brand to get ahead, making your business website one of your most important assets. Your website is a crucial tool for you to engage potential customers about the products...

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design was published by the US Department of Justice in 2010, mandating that websites must be made accessible to persons with disabilities. But, the Americans w...

Building a website for your business needs a lot of planning. You need to create content that will speak to and attract your target market. You must also ensure that your pages are not only visually pleasing but also easy to na...

Businesses today are now incredibly prominent in the digital space, and millions of individuals use the Internet every day to transact with brands and companies. Website accessibility is crucial to ensure that individuals from ...

More than 1 billion people in the world are living with a disability, according to the World Health Organization. Of that number, about 190 million people from 15 years and up experience significant difficulties in functioning....

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, a...

With the era of digitalization, more and more of the world’s functions and activities can be found online. E-commerce sites, for instance, are considered a must nowadays, serving as counterparts to physical stores. These digita...

When websites are properly optimized in terms of content and layout, this adds to the world wide web’s overall accessibility. Accessible websites not only improve user experience. They also ensure that people living with disabi...

When building your website, you should be mindful of everyone who comes to visit it. It should be fairly easy to access and user-friendly for a broad range of visitors. By doing this, you’re ensuring that each member of your au...

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