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ADA Compliant Websites

The web is for everyone.

What is ADA website compliance?

ADA compliance means your website can be read and understood by people with permanent and temporary disabilities.

Keeping track of double-A (AA) compliance for ADA Compliant Web Design is challenging.

It takes considerable time and careful attention to detail, especially amid changes in technology and politics.

However, an ADA-compliant website ensures all your customers can access your services and save thousands of dollars in potential lawsuits.

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The World Wide Web Consortium

Common Questions About ADA

What is ADA compliance for websites?

The short answer is yes, your website is considered a public accommodation by some. Therefore, it is required to meet some standards of ADA compliance.

ADA lawsuits concerning web accessibility have increased 177% since 2018 as more and more businesses land in civil court. However, the question remains and is debated, “do all websites have to be ADA compliant?”

Imagine you are visually impaired or hard of hearing and can’t use a website to book a doctor appointment or apply to a university. It’s important to note, ADA compliance is not just for those with permanent disabilities. For example, someone who has had surgery, rendering them temporarily disabled throughout recovery, must also be reasonably accommodated.

What elements on my website need to be ADA compliant?

All object that your users will interact with on your webpages. This is not limited to Images, copy, videos, and pdf’s.

How do I check if I’m ADA compliant?

Contact NerdBrand at about ADA web design.

NerdBrand Podcast Episode about ADA compliance