Let Us Bring Our Experience Into Play And Help You Get Your Website & Web Content ADA Compliant In A Flash . . .
Get Your Website ADA Compliant… There are millions of Americans that are visually or hearing impaired. They deserve access to the world of information and wonder the internet offers. There could be hundreds in your area that could benefit from access.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
This is a simple one-step process, our ADA Compliance Team will provide a few lines of code that the website owner would install in the footer of their website or our team can install the code for you that interacts with our platform and protects you immediately. A small handicap icon will appear on your home page and provide visitor with ADA Compliant support on every page.
WHAT DO YOU GET?
The following are the minimum features more features available:
Text Reader, Adjust Contrast, Magnify, Text Spacing, Cursor, Highlight Links, Increase Font, Headliner
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
For less than $500 you can get started.
DON’T BECOME A VICTIM!
As you recently saw in those “News Reports” there is an increase in ADA Compliant Lawsuits. Many of these cases are filed by individuals who appear to have their own agenda!? Protect Yourself, Don’t become a victim, protect the legacy of your business.
WEB CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES (WCAG)
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (also known often as WCAG) were created to help website owners and web developers create websites that are accessible to those using assistive technology (i.e. screen readers, magnifiers or instant color modules).
These guidelines help to give the industry some uniformity on how to achieve website compliance. There are also versions of those standards that you may have heard of: WCAG 2.0 and WCAG 2.1. WCAG 2.1 was released in June 2018, but most judges and courts rule that WCAG 2.0 is the acceptable place to be.
In addition to WCAG 2.0 and 2.1, there are levels of accessibility you can meet.
A = minimal acceptance
AA = standard (and where most companies should be)
AAA = exceptional (it’s great if you can, but it is not required)
You’re probably wondering now:
“Does my website need to be ADA compliant?”
If you are doing any type of business online that requires you to have a website, then you need to pay very close attention to what I’m about to say. Yes, whether it’s A or AA compliant is a must.
We can work with you, your internal IT professionals or your legal counsel to make sure that all stakeholders understand the requirements of full digital inclusion for those who are sight impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, or who have physical limitations that prevent them from navigating your site, and to ensure that this diverse demographic of potential customers have access to all of the products, information, and resources that you offer.
This service provides a base of compliance, further implementation will be needed to achieve AA & AAA status.
Let’s all do the right thing and include everyone.
It is very important to keep in mind that to date, no website evaluation tool has been developed that can completely replace a human being. This is because with present technology it is difficult to emulate human attributes such as common sense. In this regard, these tools should be used with caution, and the results that they produce should be interpreted in context with the website you are evaluating. Moreover, since accessibility is a subset of usability, these tools should only be used to evaluate accessibility and not usability since, at best, they can only show you where your site is not accessible.