Breaking Barriers: Inclusive Web Starts Here!
In an increasingly connected world, the fear of alienating potential customers and facing legal repercussions due to accessibility shortcomings can hold businesses back. But don’t worry, we’re here to guide you to a solution. By conducting thorough web accessibility audits tailored to your unique needs, we ensure that your website surpasses industry standards, enabling you to tap into untapped markets and grow your brand.
Empower Every User
Up to 90% of websites are inaccessible to people with disabilities who rely on assistive technology. Accessibility ensures that your website can be accessed and enjoyed by users of all abilities, empowering everyone to engage with your brand and content without limitations.
Expand Your Reach
About 26% of people in the US are living with a disability. By prioritizing accessibility, you open the doors to a wider audience. Reach potential customers who may have otherwise been excluded, fostering inclusivity and driving growth.
Compliance and Legal Obligations
3,225 website accessibility lawsuits were filed in federal court in 2022! Avoid the risks of legal consequences and reputational damage by ensuring your website meets accessibility standards mandated by regulations such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Enhance User Experience
A truly accessible website not only meets legal requirements but also enhances the overall user experience. By providing seamless navigation, clear content, and intuitive design, you create a positive and memorable interaction that leaves a lasting impression on your visitors.
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Web Accessibility FAQs
You have questions? We have answers.
We’ve partnered with accessiBe, a front-runner in AI and machine learning technologies, responsible for creating an innovative tool known as accessWidget. This affordable, automated software solution is designed to enhance your website’s accessibility with minimal effort significantly. By doing the heavy lifting, it broadens your site’s reach to a more diverse audience, ultimately saving you both time and resources while promoting inclusivity and user-friendliness.
No, web accessibility isn’t just for people with disabilities. While it certainly helps those with various impairments, it also improves the user experience for all users. For instance, a well-designed, accessible website can be easier to navigate, read, and understand for everyone, not just those with disabilities.
While compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 is not legally mandated in the US, it’s recognized as a de facto standard due to its acceptance by the Department of Justice, courts, and advocates. The interpretation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) includes websites as “places of public accommodation,” holding website owners accountable for accessibility. You should consult your legal professional for any specific issues.
The four principal categories of web accessibility standards, as defined by WCAG, are Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust. These categories ensure that digital content is accessible to as many users as possible.
For most websites, the annual commitment for this implementation is only $750 for the first year and $500/year after that. That covers getting it set up and running smoothly, an accessibility statement, monthly check-ups for compliance, and accessiBe’s lawsuit assistance package if any legal stuff comes up.
Web accessibility standards are defined by a set of guidelines known as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines specify how to make online content more accessible to people with disabilities.
Section 508 is part of the US Rehabilitation Act, which requires federal agencies to make electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. WCAG 2.1 AA, on the other hand, is a set of guidelines that define how to make web content more accessible, with “AA” being a specific level of compliance.
Yes, tax credits are available in the US to incentivize businesses to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by making their websites accessible. These credits cover 50% of the eligible accessibility expenditures with a maximum tax credit a business can receive of $5,000 per year.
Eligibility for this tax credit extends to businesses that either generated $1,000,000 or less in the year prior to filing or employed 30 or fewer full-time employees in the previous tax year.
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