“ADA” is an acronym for the Americans with Disabilities Act, which requires businesses
and website owners to make accommodations for people with disabilities in all their web
Just like there are laws in the physical world to accommodate people with disabilities, the law also now says that all web content should be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers or other assistive technologies.
It can be easy to just think it's not a big deal or nothing to worry about as a small business owner. This law has quietly been in force for over a decade, but then in 2018 a supreme court judgment was passed on a website owner for non-compliance.
This caused a sudden surge in businesses and website owners being sued for noncompliance with ADA. So it's not something we can just ignore anymore, even as small business owners.
When GDPR came around, everyone went around running like a chicken with their heads cut off, but we had a deadline to get things in order for that.
Unfortunately, unlike GDPR, The ADA law requires no notice before a lawsuit is filed against a company for non-compliance.
The best thing to do is start with my Digital ADA Compliance Checklist, to see where the gaps in your business are. Depending on what the findings are on the report, some of the changes can be made on your own, and others you may want to hire out help for.
This report will lay out the 5 Steps to take on your path towards becoming ADA compliant, especially if you're not even sure where to begin.
This Guide will cover the following:
👉What is the ADA?
👉 What is Accessibility?
👉 What are 3 Misconceptions about Digital Accessibility?
👉 Why it's Important for your Business?
👉 The 5 Steps You Need to Take towards ADA Compliance
Here is a sneek peek at what having ADA compliant software on your site looks like!
But one step at a time, let's get you that checklist and report done first, shall we?? Click the button below to get started!
Disclaimer: The information provided in this course is not intended to be a replacement for professional or legal advice. It is simply for information purposes. See Disclaimer for more info.