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WEBSITE ADA COMPLIANCE CONSULTANTS
We review commercial and municipal properties for ADA compliance – call today to speak with a licensed certified access specialist (CASP)
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ADA WEBSITE AUDITS & DEVELOPMENT WYOMING
ADA Compliance For Websites & Your Digital Presence – Call Today (310) 651-6496
Recently so many web owners have faced the long arm of the law. They paid huge fines after their website underwent scrutiny and were found not to be ADA website compliant. Make sure that your website conforms to the WCAG 2.0 guidelines of the section 508. Section 508 compliance is extremely important! Contact us for a free consultation today.
REVIEWING YOUR PROPERTY AS CERTIFIED ACCESS SPECIALISTS
We review all commercial and governmental properties for disability accessbility issues and DSA oversight. Hiring and competent firm is the first priority any new or existing property owner should consider. Mitigating any risk associated with disability access lawsuits should remain a priority until reviewed by a CASp Inspection company.
We provide you constructive counsel, clear processes and ongoing communication. We specialize in: DSA on-site, long inspections, access assessments, with clear plan for transitions. Our consultants are licensed and certified construction professionals who will understand the complexity of your project early and will counsel your team in advance of any challenges.
WHAT IS WEBSITE ADA COMPLIANCE AND IS YOUR SITE ADA COMPLIANT?
We run into ADA issues quite often these days whether we walk into buildings that do not enable ramps for the handicapped, or businesses that do not have wheelchair-friendly restroom stalls, or websites with color contrast issues and no alternate text on images. As a result, the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, was signed into law on July 26, 1990 by George W. Bush. It is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with all types of disabilities by employers. Technology forces us to think about accessibility in a broader context than even our physical environment. It’s not just whether a person requires a wheelchair. A person could be visually impaired or have a motor disability. A person could have slower internet or an older browser. With a graying population, some are not familiar with modern user interface (UI) pattern. Disabilities may include visual, auditory, physical, speech, mental and neurological disabilities. Adherence to web accessibility standards not only benefits the handicapped but all users. Website ADA compliance includes guidelines that take into consideration the needs of people with disabilities so they can navigate your site and get the information they need.