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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

WCAG are standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for web development to help improve accessibility for users who may have disabilities


This refers to adding alternative options so that information can be understood for all users – optimizing non-text content (images, multimedia) and creating distinguishable and adaptable content.


Essentially, the site should be fully navigable and usable via a keyboard, to help those who are not able to use a mouse, touchscreen, or other accessories.


The user interface and any tools on the site should be understandable for all users, with alternative wording or communication options for more technical/difficult language.


Websites should function with a wide variety of assistive technologies – essentially, website code should be really easy for disability-related technologies to read.

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We have a free audit tool that scans your website for ADA Compliance according to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and gives you specific notices and issues that affect your ADA Compliance.

Serve Users with a Wide Array of Disabilities
All in Adherence to the WCAG 2.1

How We Make Your Website ADA Compliant

Screen-reader  optimization for blind users

Blind users use screen readers to read out loud what is on the screen but most websites lack alternative text for images, and ARIA attributes for context and behavior-related adjustments that screen-readers rely on.

Keyboard-navigation  for the motor impaired

When it comes to websites, physical and motor impairments are defined by the inability to use a mouse. Unfortunately, most websites are not optimized for keyboard navigation, leaving people with motor impairments excluded from certain website elements.

Comprehension  adjustments  for cognitive disorders

People with cognitive impairments have certain limitations in mental functionalities that can affect the way in which website content is perceived and understood. Without the proper context or orientation adjustments, the context may be misunderstood and lead to incorrect actions.

Seizure safe profile for photosensitive epilepsy

The Internet is filled with blinking and flashing animations and GIFs that are dangerous for people with photo-sensitive epilepsy. Many of these users will avoid pages and content for fear of triggering a seizure.

UI  and design  adjustments for the vision impaired

Websites come in many shades, colors, and sizes. For people with visual impairments, the wrong color combination or font size/shape can make it hard for them to see your website’s content. Common visual impairments include blurred vision, color blindness, and glaucoma.

Closed captions for the hearing impaired

Website owners and marketers often prefer to deliver visuals in the form of video. While this is a great form of engagement, hearing-impaired users aren't able to understand what the video is about unless it incorporates closed captions.

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Accessible for the vision impaired

Accessible for the Vision Impaired

User that have vision impairments or disabilities may need to use special assistive technology or utilize functionality that you provider to view your website with different sizes, colors, and contrasts or utilize a screen reader altogether.

Accessible for People with Cognitive Disorders

Building an accessible and compliant website means your website is understandable and perceivable to people that may have special needs when viewing your content. Alternative wording and access to page elements can help users with cognitive disorders.

Accessible for people with cognitive disorders

Not Sure If Your Website is ADA Compliant?

Use Our Free Website Accessibility Audit to see where you stand and what issues may exist reducing the accessibility for certain users and creating a liability for your business or organization.

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