3 Important Reasons For Your Website To Be ADA Compliant

In July 1990, George H. W. Bush enacted the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) into a law. It was the foundation of all legal obligations in government agencies and businesses regarding individuals who are struggling with disabilities. This Act has been refined throughout the years by different amendments and modifications which have made the life …

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What Are The Differences Between WCAG And Section 508?

The rise of online businesses has brought with it many advantages. However, some of the businesses don’t take people with disability into account during setup and after. This is where ADA comes in. The Americans with Disability Act aims to protect people with disability by ensuring that businesses take measures to accommodate them. This can …

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What Are Some Of The Website ADA Compliance Guidelines?

Every single ambitious brand out there likes to deliver an engaging and user-friendly customer experience. However, the aspect of accessibility is often ignored in most cases. As a matter of fact, one in every five Americans is struggling with physical or mental disabilities at present. An accessible site will provide the audience with the power …

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CASP ADA Compliance Updates: SB 1186

In order to make it easier to comply with ADA Access regulations regarding disability access and reduce the number of opportunistic lawsuits in the courts, California’s State Legislature enacted SB 1186 in September 2012. This new law builds a stronger framework of procedural requirements for attorneys that file suits relating to accessibility issues in the built environment. …

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Making Schools More Accessible for Students Living with Disabilities

There are many things that increase disability accessibility in schools, such as touchless sinks, mechanical lifts, and automatic doors. These items increase accessibility for all beyond the requirements set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All of these design elements help students with hearing, sight and cognitive impairments be able to enjoy their …

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