ADA Compliant Websites

Beyond beautiful, mobile-friendly web design

Incorporate WCAG 2.0 recommendations for better website accessibility.

Our team has helped both small businesses and Fortune 500 companies improve the accessibility of their websites. Whether you just want to ensure that your site is readable by screen readers or you want to remake your site so that it is even more inclusive, we can provide the means.

What is website accessibility?

Website accessibility ensures that there are no barriers preventing users from interacting with or accessing the content on your websites. When websites are designed for accessibility, they present all users with equal access in terms of information and functionality regardless of physical or mental abilities. 


“As a health care provider, Heart City Health knows the importance of making our website accessible to those that are challenged with hearing, vision or physical capabilities.”

Elías García, Heart City Health Center

3 Levels of Website Accessibility

Level A

This is required for any website to be compliant with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines.

Level AA

This level builds on Level A, so in order to meet the standard of Level AA, Level A has to be in effect.

Level AAA

Assumes Level A and Level AA has already been met.

Understanding Web Accessibility Regulations

Guidelines for web accessibility were first drafted in 1999 by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). Those these guidelines are not backed by law, they are the standards most countries use to define site accessibility.pot.

Bars the Federal Government from procuring electronic and information technology that is not fully accessible to those with disabilities, including web design

To date, the ADA language does not  directly address ADA compliant websites. However, it has been used in court cases and rulings to state that communication with persons with disabilities must be “as effective as communications with others.” The Department of Justice had announced plans to update the language of the ADA in 2018, but those updates have been delayed. However, that has not stopped them from taking action against websites that are not in compliance with WCAG 2.0.

Provides a “free appropriate public education” for all children with disabilities. A failure to allow web accessibility for disabled students may have consequences for local education agencies.

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