Website Accessibility & the Law: Why Your Website Must Be Compliant


Website Accessibility & the Law: Why Your Website Must Be Compliant

Designing for inclusion and website accessibility isn't just for compliance – it is a good business decision to make. Learn why here.

Why Web Accessibility and ADA Compliant Website is VITAL!

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Stop what you are doing right now if you own a business website!

You could be a sitting duck for an expensive lawsuit and steep fines, and you probably don’t even know it.

The American Bar Association says 10,000 businesses a year are now getting sued for NON-COMPLIANCE of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and your business website is a huge target!

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ADA Compliance – Is your website ADA Compliant? If not, you could be fined or sued! Get Compliant!

Is your website ADA Compliant? It’s the Law! Many businesses don’t know about a little known law that states that all business, non-profit and government public website needs to comply with Section 508 of the American With Disabilities Act.

What Is ADA Compliance and What Does It Mean for Your Website?
Is your website following the ADA compliance standards?

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In 2010, the United States Department of Justice released specific guidelines for all public organizations to follow to become accessible to all people with disabilities. That includes all disabled people that use computers and smart devices.

Becoming ADA compliant is a proactive effort to not only make all organizations inclusive, but by becoming accessible to all people, it’s a proactive way for organizations to grow. If you want to learn more about the ADA compliance standards and what it takes to become ADA compliant, then keep reading.

What Is ADA Compliance?

ADA compliance is short for the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. What that means is that all electronic information and technology—i.e, your website—must be accessible to those with disabilities.

ADA compliance is often confused with 508 compliance. However, ADA compliance differs in that it’s more of a civil law that mandates the inclusion of all people, especially those with disabilities, in all areas of public life.

The two compliance regulations also work alongside the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The WCAG, however, is more of a set of formal guidelines used to improve accessibility. The focus of WCAG is primarily HTML accessibility throughout all platforms.

So, to recap, ADA compliance is the civil law that guarantees equal opportunity for disabled individuals in the public spheres of accommodation.

Who Should Follow ADA Requirements?

If all public spheres must adhere to ADA compliance standards, does that mean you do too?

Because ADA applies to all electronic information and technology, i.e., the world wide web and all its websites, ADA compliance applies to virtually all businesses and web developers. To be more specific, ADA compliance applies to the following:

– State and local government organizations
– Private organizations that employee 15 employees or more
– Organizations that work for the public’s benefit (i.e., public transportation, schools, restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores, hotels, banks, accountant offices, law offices, social service centers, gyms, healthcare providers, the United States Postal Service, and so on)
– Places of business that would be considered a place of public accommodation (Title III)

Ultimately, all websites should be ADA compliant and inclusive to everyone, even if the ADA standards don’t apply to you and your organization.

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Anthony Buonaspina is an industry-leading specialist on ADA compliance and CPACC Certified Accessibility Expert. Anthony has worked with many of the top organizations globally such as JetBlue, Canon, American Express, Carnival, WestJet, and many other leading corporations to ensure their corporate websites and applications meet the strict guidelines found in the ADA requirements.

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Why Your Website Needs to Be AODA Compliant

Does Your Site Engage All Senses?
Did you know Ontario websites are required to be fully accessible to all persons with disabilities?
Business websites that do not meet the provincial Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) guidelines will be subject to heavy fines by 2021. Ensure your great content is fully interactive and falls within the bounds of Ontario law.

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