Does your website meet ADA compliance guidelines?

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According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), your business is required by law to remove any access barriers that would inhibit a person with disabilities from accessing it. This includes your website.

Does your website meet ADA compliance guidelines?

Do you…

  • Use descriptive text for hyperlinks?
  • Use captions for video content?
  • Embed accessible documents?
  • Use strong color contrast across your site?

These are just a few of the 60+ accessibility standards you need for ADA compliance. Don’t go through the entire list on your own.

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Why Does ADA Compliance Matter?

It's the law

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), your website is required by law to remove any “access barriers” that would inhibit a person with disabilities from accessing it.

It prevents lawsuits

More businesses have been sued for their website being non-compliant in the first half of 2018 than all of 2017.

It reaches everyone

The disabled community collectively represents a market value of $544 billion annually in the US alone.

Don’t wait for a lawsuit.

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