The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) set requirements and compliance standards for businesses operating in the US to protect individuals with disabilities from discrimination. As time has progressed, this act has grown to contain regulations on digital and web-based activities.
Our process is simple. We go through our compliance audit to make sure you’re adhering to the rules and then present our findings back to you. We are here to help make sure your site and company are complying with these standards.
When conducting an ADA audit of your company’s website, there are several components that an auditor will analyze. This generally starts with a page-by-page analysis, identifying explicit and potential violations to the ADA regulations. The auditor will also do a deep dive into the site’s coding to analyze both the back-end and user-facing design.
Once all of these factors and other factors are evaluated, the auditor provides a detailed breakdown of their findings. These findings generally specify the existing problems on the site and the areas that could use improvement to ensure best practice. Additionally, a list of recommendations ranging from coding adjustments to changes in site structure is supplied to show what steps should be performed to meet the ADA regulations.
When performing a site audit, an expert can provide an unbiased third-party opinion on what changes should be made to address ADA concerns. Once the auditors have successfully completed this audit, your business will benefit in several ways, including:
An ADA website audit not only protects your business from a lawsuit but can help you generate additional revenue because of your optimized user experience.