ADA Website Compliance

ADA Website Compliance is a must for any business.

Does your website adhere to ADA & WCAG Compliance Guidelines? Protect your website and your company from lawsuits and litigation before it’s too late.
Contact us today to learn more about your ADA Compliance options!

  1. We will help your business get an ADA Compliant Website using human intervention to ensure you get the most complete results possible. You can’t rely on automated ADA website audit tools to give you a complete ADA website checklist of issues.
  2. You will receive recommendations and solutions to get ADA & WCAG Compliant.
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Testing Your Site for Accessibility

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was established in 1990 as an effort to stop discrimination based upon different types of abilities. With that law, websites are now required to be fully accessible to people with disabilities. This means that your website must adequately give access to anyone who is:

Visually Impaired

Your website must be coded in such a way that offers descriptions for items like buttons and pictures. In doing so, screen reader software will be able to audibly read any visual areas of your website.

Hearing Impaired

A written description must be provided for anything on the website that can be heard, such as sound bites or videos.

Physically Impaired

Using keyword shortcuts, your website must have the ability to be navigated without the use of a mouse.

While website compliance regulations from the ADA are not explicitly stated, a number of web-related amendments have made it clear that all websites must offer options for visually, hearing, and physically impaired people. As such, we recommend following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to ensure that your website and your company are protected from possible legal trouble.

The first step to confirming that your website follows ADA Compliance is to test it. At Big Customer Network, we are ADA Compliance experts. We have solutions for you to get an ADA Compliant Website.

Are you ready to be proactive in protecting your website and giving access to everyone?

Contact our ADA & WCAG Compliance team today to get started!