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ADA & Section 508 WCAG Web Accessibility Compliance Consultants

ADA Website Compliance Makes Your Website Accessible To Millions More While Averting Legal Risk

The Department of Justice, Department of Education, courts, advocates, and plaintiff law firms have made it clear that websites are subject to the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.


Few websites currently meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which serves as the de facto standard for web accessibility. This leaves most businesses, municipalities, and educational institutions highly exposed to legal actions.


We combine a team of web development experts with over 22 years of experience, with ADA / 508 / WCAG compliance experts to conform to the WCAG and make your website 508 and ADA compliant. 


We are web accessibility consultants, WCAG / ADA website compliance test auditors, WCAG / ADA web remediation experts, and WCAG / ADA compliance trainers.

Sign Giving Direction

Guidance in establishing an accessibility program to either avoid litigation or respond accordingly.

Blindfolded Man Testing Web Accessibility

WCAG website audits that provide the most thorough and useful reporting.

Disable Cycling Athlete

Remediation to make your website WCAG 2.1 compliant

Dave Gibson Giving Talk on ADA Web Accessibility

We empower your team to ensure your website is remediated correctly and remains accessible thereafter.

Latest News

NY Times & Wall Street Journal with Back to Back Stories on Web Related ADA Lawsuit Surge

Within a day of each other, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal report on the surge in web-related ADA lawsuits.

NY Times & Wall Street Journal with Back to Back Stories on Web Related ADA Lawsuit Surge

Web-Related ADA Legal Update

Two website-related ADA cases already in 2019 set the tone.

Web-Related ADA Legal Update

2018 Web Accessibility ADA Cases up 181%

Website-related Federal cases continue to grow exponentially. What states and industries affected the most?

2018 Web Accessibility ADA Cases up 181%