• Your Web Accessibility Solutions Team

    Helping people with disabilities and businesses by providing ADA & WCAG 2.1 compliance solutions.

  • Why should you care?

    With the overall impact of COVID-19, World Wide Web accessibility is needed more than ever to mitigate increased compliance pressures and lawsuits while providing people with disabilities with the services and information they need. We fight for website compliance and accessibility for everyone so they can enjoy "full and equal" access to every website. Not only is it our mission, it's set as precedent in the law. Learn more about its importance by reading below.

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    Lawsuits in the U.S

    Open your website to everyone

    In 2019, web accessibility federal lawsuits hit record numbers, with 11,053 suits filed in federal court -- an 8.8% increase from 2018.


    For your website to be Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA; 1990) compliant, it must be free of barriers that make it difficult or impossible for people with disabilities to use them.


    US Courts and the Department of Justice continually reference the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA as the standard for website accessibility – and therefore ADA compliance.



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    Show customers that you care

    Did you know that your website is considered a "public domain" when it goes live on the World Wide Web?


    By following the WCAG 2.1 AA requirements, you are being inclusive for people who have the following disabilities: Blindness, motor & mobility challenges, Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Epilepsy, blurred vision, cognitive disorders, the elderly, cataracts, and more.


    Not only are you showing you care for the 1 in 4 people in America (26% of the US population) who have these disabilities, you are tapping into a market of potential patients, customers, or clients that would not have access to you without these accommodations.

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    Boost your brand perception

    Be found by more potential customers

    Did you know that website accessibility is not just for looks or legal purposes, but that it applies in search engine optimization (SEO) as well?!


    That's right! Being found on Google and other search engines takes into account if your site is accessible or not.


    When ranking your site versus your competitor's pages, search engines favor those who are compliant/accessible over those who are not.


    That means you will be found sooner by potential patients, clients, or customers if your website is accessible and compliant.



  • Your company matters to you.

    It matters to us too!

    Just about every business has an online presence these days. However, not all are paying close enough attention to how people with disabilities experience their company's website.

    To be ADA/WCAG 2.1 AA compliant, these sites must be free of barriers that would make it difficult or impossible for people with disabilities to use them. An inaccessible website can grow into a major source of problems and missed opportunities for businesses.


    Rulings and settlements typically point to WCAG 2.1 as a universally accepted standard of web accessibility. Any company that is proactively striving for online accessibility should be complying with this standard.


    Let us help you attain success and protect it by working together on all of your company’s marketing and website accessibility needs.

  • ADA Web Accessibility & Compliance News Update

    Thoughts, musings, and ruminations.

    Is your healthcare website accessible to all people, including individuals with a disability? Just like your business premise, services or products, your digital properties (i.e., website, software, etc.) should all adhere to ADA compliance regulations. If your website is found to be not ADA...
    " On December 4th, 60 Minutes aired a 13 minute story on “drive by lawsuits” under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The segment, which followed a puff piece on Paul Ryan, questioned lawsuits filed by three lawyers, two of them being sued by their disabled clients for malpractice. Anderson...
    Dear Senator Grassley: U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legislative Affairs Washington, D.C. 20530 OCT 1 1 2018 This responds to your letter to the Attorney General dated September 4, 2018, regarding website accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Specifically, your...
  • Make Your Website Accessible & Compliant Today

    Get your free ADA Compliance website report.


    Learn more about how we can help make your website updated, compliant, and accessible.


    We will assess, audit, implement, monitor, and maintain your ADA/WCAG compliance for you.


    Ongoing compliance checks, analysis, reporting, programming, and consulting provided.

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    Make Your Website Accessible & Compliant Today

    We will help you with your ADA/WCAG 2.1  compliance so you can

    focus more on what you do best.