The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was introduced in 1990 to help the millions of Americans who live with disability. In everyday life, it ensures accessibility in public places and protects against discrimination. But did you know these requirements apply not only to public places, but cyber spaces as well?
That’s right – ADA is the law on the Internet, too. That means your website must meet certain standards for accessibility and functionality, and PaperStreet can help get you there.
ADA compliance is important. Not sure your website is compliant? Consult us.
At PaperStreet, we will test your website in a Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 audit for Level A and Level AA standards. After our review, you will receive a report indicating exactly where your website is deficient according to these guidelines. The report is categorized according to level of priority and provides specific solutions to remedy any accessibility problem on your website.
Next, we will edit your website where necessary to make you fully compliant and worry-free.
It may soon be mandatory for websites to comply with the American with Disabilities Act, so act now!
Learn more about the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Learn more about the law and how to make your website ADA compliant.
ADA compliance guidelines certify that your website:
For a comprehensive list of ADA requirements, please review our checklist.
We are available to consult with you to implement any required changes to your website to ensure compliance with the ADA. Contact us today.