ADA Compliance

Disability affects 1 in 4 Americans. Is your website accessible to them?

ADA Compliance

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legally requires businesses to make accommodations for people with disabilities. Your business’s website falls under Title III of ADA and is considered a place of public accommodation. As a result, the website owner is solely responsible for developing a website that offers “reasonable accessibility.” Failure to meet ADA compliance could result in lawsuits, fines, and damage to your brand reputation.

WCAG Compliance

Unlike ADA Compliance, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) isn’t a legal requirement. However, it provides helpful recommendations for businesses looking to improve their digital accessibility. WCAG focuses on assisting individuals with visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive impairments. Some digital accommodations include:

  • Providing text alternative for images
  • Providing transcript or captions for audio and video content
  • Allowing keyboard navigation and operation

Assistive Technology

Sun Sign Designs offers a full suite of digital accessibility solutions to help your website meet ADA and WCAG compliance. We will seamlessly integrate our AI-powered accessibility widget into your website. We offer a secure and easy compliance solution that doesn’t require reworking your site code.

Key Benefits

Maintaining an ADA-compliant website helps protect your business against potential lawsuits and fines in addition to providing inclusive accommodations for all of your customers. ADA-compliant websites expand audience reach, enrich SEO efforts, improve brand reputation, enhance user experience, and offer businesses tax benefits.