Does My Website Have To Be ADA Compliant?

Does My Website Have To Be ADA Compliant?

The short answer is a website does not necessarily have to be ADA compliant (legally)—but it’s a best practice. ADA Compliance The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a U.S. law passed in 1990 to protect people with disabilities from discrimination in...
ADA Website Compliance Checklist

ADA Website Compliance Checklist

The Department of Justice (DOJ) requires some businesses to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Websites should be accessible to users with hearing loss, visual impairment, and those who need assistive devices to navigate.  Failure to comply with...
What Does ADA Compliant Mean for Websites?

What Does ADA Compliant Mean for Websites?

The American with Disabilities Act ensures that everyday life is more accessible for those with disabilities, including the internet. The ADA states that businesses with fifteen or more full-time employees that are operating for at least twenty hours a week, and...
Website Accessibility Statement

Website Accessibility Statement

A website accessibility statement is the first step towards ADA compliance. The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination of users based on disability—and non-compliance puts you at risk of lawsuits, legal fees, and other headaches. The statement...
What Makes a Website ADA Compliant?

What Makes a Website ADA Compliant?

The Americans with Disabilities Act  (ADA) requires websites to follow specific guidelines to increase viability and accessibility. Ensuring a site is ADA compliant might seem complicated, with guidelines that are hard to follow, but that is not true. Advice on how to...