Make Web Experiences for All
While the ADA has been in effect for nearly three decades, the compliance requirements for public and private sector websites are still largely misunderstood. If you ask most web developers if the websites they design are ADA compliant, you’re likely to get “no” for an answer – or even a confused and befuddled look. That’s a tragic reality, because for millions of Americans with disabilities, these compliance strategies help improve their overall web experience. If your website isn’t ADA compliant, you’re not only limiting the accessibility of taxpayers or potential customers, but you’re also in the crosshairs of a potential lawsuit.
In this E-book, you will learn:
- Web Accessibility Guidelines for Public and Private Sector Websites
- Potential Implications of Non-Compliance
- SEO Impacts of ADA Compliance
- Top Ten Critical Components to ADA Website Compliance
“By making your website accessible, you are ensuring that all of your potential users, including people with disabilities, have a decent user experience and are able to easily access your information. By implementing accessibility best practices, you are also improving the usability of the site for all users.”
When it comes to ADA compliance for your website, the mission is simple: make it accessible to everyone you serve. Take the first steps toward improving compliance by downloading this free E-book today.