Why does my site need to be ADA compliant?

Title III of the ADA is commonly interpreted by US courts to include websites as “places of public accommodation”. For your website to be ADA compliant, it must be accessible. US Courts and the Department of Justice continually reference the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (Level AA) as the standard for website accessibility – and therefore ADA compliance.

Our three levels Services

  • Level A: Website that some users can access.
  • Level AA: Website that almost all users can access.
  • Level AAA: Website that all users can access.

What is ADA Compliance?

  • Full or partial blindness, using screen reading software such as NVDA or JAWS.
  • Motor disabilities such as joint injuries, limb amputations and more.
  • Parkinson’s disease (shaking hands – inability to use the mouse).
  • Epilepsy (seizures when flashing animations are running).
  • Seniors (With a wide variety of possible disabilities).
  • Cognitive disabilities such as memory disorders, dyslexia, people who’ve been through a stroke, and more.
  • Various visual impairments such as color blindness, cataracts, glaucoma, and more.

* WCAG 2.1

* ADA Title 3

* Section 508


* EN 301549

* IS 5568

Accessibility Menu

Screen Reader Adjustment

Text Reader

Keyboard Navigation

Blinks Blocking

Screen Reader Adjustment

Dark High Contrast

Bright High Contrast

Accessibility Toolbar

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