Do I need an ADA-Compliant website?

  • The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that businesses under classifications make accommodations for persons with disabilities.


  • The ADA requires that website content be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate the web by screen readers, voice or other technologies.


  • Businesses that are classified under Title I, meaning businesses that operate 20 or more weeks per year with a minimum of 15 full-time employees, or Title III, those that classify as a “public accommodation,” are required to abide by the ADA. – Public accommodations, in US law, are generally defined as facilities, both public and private, used by the public. Examples include retail stores, rental establishments, and service establishments as well as educational institutions, recreational facilities, and service centers.


  • Since there are no concrete laws or regulations defining web accessibility, many situations regarding ADA noncompliance are taken to and settled in court.


  • Failure to make a website that falls under ADA compliance could result in multiple lawsuits, excessive financial liabilities and brand damage.

Our Process

We will begin with a free assessment to determine if your current website is capable of ADA compliance techniques, if those techniques are necessary and if we need to perform an audit.

Our audit determines the level of work that will be needed to bring your site up to acceptable ADA compliance standards. Within this audit, we’ll address and explain the errors found and what is needed to correct them.

We will dive deep into your website’s framework to correct the ADA issues outlined in the audit or during the assessment. Once the errors are corrected, we will deliver a guide on how to keep your website up to standard and discuss ongoing maintenance offerings.

  • Complete the form below form below for a free website assessment towards ADA compliance.