Let us help make your website accessible to everyone.
Websites fall under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, meaning they need to meet certain criteria in order to be accessible to people with disabilities. Along with following proper design guidelines, ADA compliant websites should be accessible through screen readers, keyboards, and other assistive technologies.
Currently (aside from government websites) ADA compliant websites are not required by law but you could still face lawsuits and other negative consequences. As of October 2020, Congress is working on the "Online Accessibility Act;” a bill which could make website ADA compliance mandatory by law.
Having an ADA compliant website not only helps you avoid potential legal issues, it also expands your target audience and increases your position in organic search results.
At UntitledOne, we have hands-on experience creating ADA compliant websites. Whether you need an accessible website made from scratch or an existing website converted, we can help. You can rest assured that we are prepared for any upcoming laws imposed by Congress.
We worked with The Lansing Ridge Homeowners Association by rebuilding their website to be ADA Compliant.
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Need more info? Here are some of our most frequently asked Website ADA Compliance questions and answers.
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