How to honor people with disabilities on your website & protect against lawsuits

How to honor people with disabilities on your website & protect against lawsuits

Everyone should be able to enjoy your website

The nicest, most thought-out websites can be a nightmare for a disabled person to navigate. 98% of all websites are not compliant and inaccessible websites exclude ideal clients and can be vulnerable to  legal consequences.

Our platform serves those who are living with Sight Impairment, Hearing Impairment, Dyslexia, Epilepsy, or ADHD.

Why should your website be more accessible?

  • Extend your client reach inside the market by making your brand more accessible.
  • Win over disabled site visitors or people who care about inclusivity issues.
  • Avoid missing out on your ideal client – People with disabilities represent over $6 Trillion in the industry.
  • Reduce the risk of lawsuits (often filed by litigious attorneys) by complying with accessibility legislation.
  • Boost brand perception by showing that accessibility is important to you will enhance your reputation.
  • Improve your SEO rankings by providing a better user experience, increasing the time spent on your website and conversion rates.
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Making your site fully accessible is a process that takes analysis, planning, time, and expense. As a first step, integrating our accessibility platform with your current website, you can feel more relaxed knowing you will be more compliant and continue to have more compliance updates installed as long your subscription remains current. Need another reason? Installing this tool qualifies you for a tax credit.
By installing our platform, your website will be more accessible up to 48 hours from installation and be remediated to comply with more legal standards every 24 hours. Additionally, you’ll receive a widget that customizes your website to the user’s individual needs without compromising website design. After making your first steps toward website accessibility with our platform, you will receive actionable advice on how to make your website even more inclusive.

Interested? Learn about our plans.

Websites that lack accessibility can be more vulnerable to legal consequences

Since 2018, a website has been considered a place of “public accommodation” and it is mandated by the Department of Justice for your website to comply with the American Disabilities Act Title 3 and Website Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Americans with Disability Act” states that web content should be accessible to all those who must navigate by voice, screen readers, or other assistive technologies.

Unfortunately, if your site is discovered there is no grace period for a business to remedy compliance before a lawsuit is filed, and if a lawsuit is filed, there is no feasible way to defend your company. Ignorance is no excuse.

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Identify your website as accessible with our badge.
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Every day hundreds of thousands of people researching online have to struggle more with their disability because an overwhelming majority of websites are constructed in a way that fails to honor their needs. When you take this step to inclusivity with our platform, its distinguishes your business.

Our Accessibility Enhanced Badge – a symbol of your growing commitment to accessibility. This badge serves as a visual declaration on your website and social media platforms, showcasing your dedication to creating an inclusive online space for all patrons, including those with disabilities.

We provide you with easy-to-use badges that we will seamlessly integrated into your website, and you’ll have the flexibility to share this symbol of accessibility across your social media and other marketing channels.

It’s a powerful tool to showcase your dedication to working to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Accessible Canada Act (ACA), and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), European Accessibility Act New Window (EAA) standards, demonstrating to your audience that your business is actively fostering an inclusive digital space.

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Your website’s accessibility can actually boost your SEO rankings

Are you interested in raising your SEO ranking?

If your website is accessible, you can expect a better user experience, which can improve time spent on the website and conversion rates.

If your website is now user-friendly to a bigger percentage of the population, that makes your website more relevant when people are searching for you. It’s only a matter of time before Google will figure out how to stop delivering websites to disabled people who make their disability known in browser settings. Looking for more information about how compliance can help your SEO? View our article.

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