ADA Compliance

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 content. That is, all web content should be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers or other assistive technologies. This law has been in force for over a decade but has been fairly dormant until 2018 when 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 non-compliance with ADA.

Countries ADA Applies to:


The United States of America


Web Accessibility is a Standard Human Right It's the right thing to do