Website Accessibility

20% of the population has disabilities that exclude them from using the internet. Our goal is to make the online world inclusive. It's about time!
FREE ADA Website AUDITThe Benefits

Accessibility Laws

Reduce your legal risk

By making your website accessible, you can reduce legal risk. Moreover, an accessible website can lead to increased revenue and better customer engagement, so you can ultimately grow your business.

2022 saw a record-breaking number of lawsuits and demand letters under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), with 3,250 lawsuits filed.

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    Better User Experience

    Reach a wider audience

    Having an accessible website can increase your audience reach and improve your SEO. It can also lead to improved brand reputation, engagement, and an overall better user experience. By creating an inclusive environment, you are also showing your customers that you care about equitable access – and that’s a huge factor in customer loyalty today.

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    Diversity, equality, and inclusion

    Diversity, equity, and inclusion are on the rise, and the best way to take part in these efforts is by adopting web accessibility as a practice. Your position as an inclusive brand will not only attract consumers who remain loyal to those who prioritize DEI, but it will also promote awareness and education for people with disabilities who deserve equal access online.

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      What is accessibility?

      ADA and WCAG – What are they?

      Web accessibility refers to making websites usable for people with disabilities. It involves designing and developing websites in a way that people with disabilities, such as those with visual, auditory, motor, and cognitive impairments, can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the website and its content.

      The ADA is the Americans with Disabilities Act, an American civil rights law passed in 1990. It’s America’s most important law regarding accessibility and civil rights for people with disabilities. In 2018, the DOJ clarified that the ADA covers web accessibility.

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      The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is a massive guidebook that explains how accessible websites should look and operate for people with disabilities. While it is not stated in the ADA, the WCAG has been widely accepted as the industry standard for being ADA-compliant.

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      The Solution

      AI and automation make accessibility easy and affordable

      The accessWidget is the world’s leading Al-powered web accessibility solution that makes websites accessible to people with disabilities and helps you become compliant. After you reciced your FREE ADA website audit, you will have the opportunity for us to isntall a comprehensive accessibility solution.

      What’s Included?

      • 30-day free trial
      • AI-Powered accessWidget
      • Litigation Support
      • ADA tax credit (up to $5000/year)
      • Ongoing remediation with 24 hour scans
      • Accessibility statement

      FREE Accessibility Audit

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