Redesign your website today to comply with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). We have the necessary experience and knowledge to improve accessibility of your website through careful design and development improvements, as needed.
Web accessibility is designed to promote access by individuals with various disablements, including mobility impairments, visual and hearing impairments, epilepsy, and cognitive impairments that can make working with computers challenging.
It is important for corporations and individuals to understand that the disabled may not be able to see, hear, or move easily, or at all. They may be required to use an early version of a browser, a different browser entirely, a voice browser, or a different operating system. The use of these alternate technologies may result in difficulties reading or comprehending non-ADA compliant websites.
Designing websites that meet ADA accessibility standards allows those with disabilities to view content on the web, while also improving your websites search engine optimization and website usability. More than 54 million Americans are disabled and nearly 10 percent of the online population has a disability. Corporations and web designers have a responsibility to the disabled community to design websites that are accessible. Further, good business practice suggests that an audience with more than 188 billion dollars in discretionary income should not be ignored.
While currently only federal websites must comply with the ADA, the U.S. Congress has mandated that all vendors providing services to the government must also meet Section 508 standards. Soon, corporations will also be required by law to comply with ADA standards. Reduce your corporate risk and enhance your corporate image today by contacting us for a compliance check.