Are You At Risk?
Is Your Website Violating Current ADA Standards?
The One Constant: Change
The Data is Conclusive
Meeting Evolving Needs and Expectations
What Puts Your Website At Risk?
If you haven’t learned about web accessibility yet, there is no better time than now! In order for all individuals, including those with various disabilities, to successfully use current web tools and websites, the digital environments need to be properly designed and coded.
Development of the Standards
Over the years, standards have been put in place to help the fight toward equality and to ensure world-wide cooperation. These specifications consist of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and Section 508 standards. These standards are intended for web authoring tool developers, web accessibility evaluation tool developers, web content developers and others who need a standard for web accessibility.
Assessing Your Risk
If this has you wondering how compliant your website is with current standards, you’re not alone. The reality is, if you have concerns and think you might be at risk, the likelihood is you probably are. It is crucial to take the appropriate steps quickly and efficiently to alleviate your concerns.
How Can We Help
The good news is that at ADA FOR WEB Solutions, we specialize in providing complete web accessibility consulting services. With over fifteen years of web accessibility consulting, we are leading experts in our field.
The To Be A Compliant Methodology
Your Website is At Risk, Now What?
For these types of organizations, WCAG compliance is a legal requirement, so quick action is essential to keeping your organization or business afloat. If you wait to address these issues, you run the risk of receiving a letter of complaint or finding yourself at the wrong end of a lawsuit.
Risk Can Be Managed
It’s important to realize that by having a website that is not in compliance with WCAG standards, not only are you violating the right of those with disabilities to have equal access to services and products but it could also lead to a loss of business. If someone finds themselves unable to access your website, they won’t be coming back.