ADA/WCAG Compliance Services
Grow your online business with ADA and WCAG Compliance Services
We are a compliance agency helping businesses & brands grow:
Single and complete source of information on compliance
- Make your website more inclusive for Handicaped persons
- Easy Setup
Installs in minutes on your website after an audit
- Legal Compliance
Meets American Disability Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) for digital compliance
- Compliance Experts
Access to ADA / WCAG experts
- Single source of information
Maintain one source of your information, services, etc.
- Continuous Monitoring
Continuously monitor and protect for compliance
- International Access Opportunity
Multilingual acess availability for your visitors
ADA / WCAG videos
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A Good First Impression
Internet users can tell at a glance if your website was done by a professional. Just as a well-kept office speaks highly of a company, a professional-looking website helps establish your credibility and trustworthiness. Make sure Handicaped persons have access to your website or else you could be sued.
Personalized and Unique ADA Compliance Services
An advantage of choosing professional compliance services is the convenience of high-quality customization. We can contribute ideas and come up with the best compliance that will make your website complies to the for ADA and WCAG.
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Website Handicap Accessibility Script for one year
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The ADA (Amercan Disability Act) is a United States law established to protect the rights of people with disabilities including their right to employment, public services, and public accommodations. It applies to employment practices (Title I), state and local government services (Title II), public transportation (Title II), privately owned places of public accommodation (Title III), telecommunication services (Title IV), and any other rights, public services, and accommodations available to people without disabilities (Title V).
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, are a set of standards making digital content accessible for all users, specifically, users with disabilities. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released three versions: version 1.0, 2.0, and 2.1. The WCAG standard: outlines best practices defines criteria for successful inclusive web design with ascending levels of compliance (levels A, AA, and AAA) and connects the world through common information technology and user experience standards. More information
Digital accessibility is a real thing and lawsuits are swiftly on the rise. On the upside, getting your website accessible could open it up to the more than 51 million people living with disabilities. And that’s just in the U.S. alone. We help you get your website or software compliant with our audi then certify it when it meets accessibility guidelines. Ongoing compliance is required as new and additional elements are added.