ADA & Section 508 WCAG Web Accessibility Compliance Consultants
WCAG Web Compliance = More Visitors + Less Legal Risk
The Department of Justice and courts have made it clear that websites are subject to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Website accessibility is a civil right.
Few websites currently meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 A, AA), which serves as the de facto standard for mobile and web accessibility. This leaves most businesses, municipalities, and educational institutions exposed to legal actions.
WCAG Compliance Consultants Delivering Mobile & Website ADA Compliance The Right Way
We do not take short-cuts. No overlay bandaids. No accessibility toolbars. No silver-bullet AI solutions. These “solutions” only mask the problems, and fail to provide website accessibility for actual people with disabilities. They fail to significantly reduce legal risk.
We do it the right way. Our team of website accessibility consultants use best practices to deliver sect 508 and ADA web and mobile app WCAG compliance.
Why Accessibility Overlay Solutions Fail to Protect or Serve
Overlays fail to protect from lawsuits or serve people with disabilities
Attorney Guide for Web Accessibility
What to do if your client gets sued for website violations of ADA
Manual WCAG Website Testing & ADA Compliance
Why you cannot rely only on automated testing.
ADA Turns 30 & Evolves Into The Digital Age
Protecting Access for People with Disabilities
2020 ADA Website Accessibility Standards
Overview of current ADA standards and steps to achieve compliance