1 in 4 adults in the United States lives with a disability. ADA stands for Americans with Disabilities Act, a law that prohibits discrimination against individuals in all areas of public life. This includes all private and public places open to the general public.
Websites have become public spaces as many people use them on a daily basis to complete tasks such as paying bills or ordering a product or service. Web content should be accessible to blind users, deaf users, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers, or other assistive technologies.
ADA compliant websites not only help make the internet inclusive and accessible for all, but compliance also protects your business from an ADA-related lawsuit.
In this webinar you will learn:
- What ADA compliance is and how it applies to websites
- The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and standards to achieve website compliance
- The 3 main reasons why it is important to have a compliant website
- How to make sure your website is compliant