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ADA Website Compliance Services

Are you concerned about the accessibility of your website for people with disabilities? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires all public-facing websites be accessible to people with disabilities - failure to comply can result in costly lawsuits.

ADA Compliance

About Our ADA Website Compliance Services

We offer comprehensive ADA website compliance services to ensure that your website is fully accessible to all users, regardless of their ability. Our team of experts will conduct a thorough ADA audit of your website to identify any potential barriers to accessibility and provide recommendations for how to fix them.

The Importance of ADA Website Compliance

ADA website compliance is not just about avoiding lawsuits – making your website accessible benefits everyone. People with disabilities represent a significant portion of the population and making your website accessible to them can increase your user base and customer satisfaction. In addition, an accessible website can improve your search engine rankings, as search engines prioritize websites that are user-friendly and easily navigable.

ADA Importance

Common ADA Website Compliance Issues

Many business owners don’t realize their website violates ADA. These are just some of the common issues we find when performing an ADA audit on websites.


One common issue with websites is the lack of alt text for images. Alt text is a written description of an image that is read aloud by screen reader software, which is essential for users who are visually impaired. Without alt text, these users will not be able to understand the content of the images on your website.


While PDF documents are a convenient format for sharing information, they can be difficult for screen readers to interpret and hinder accessibility . Our team can help you convert your PDF documents into a more accessible format, such as HTML, or provide alternative methods for users to access the information.


In addition to alt text and PDF accessibility, our team also checks for proper heading structure, the use of proper formatting for links, and the availability of closed captions for video content. These are just a few examples of the many elements we consider when conducting an ADA website compliance review.

The above issues are just a small sampling of the problems we often find after performing an ADA website compliance audit. Are you interested in finding out how compliant your website is right now?

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