ADA compliance

A guide to understanding the fundamentals of website accessibility and the ADA and WCAG 2.1 compliance solutions we offer.

Accessibility shouldn’t be an after thought

Web accessibility is best-practice

We’ll handle the process of making your WordPress website ADA compliant, so your visitors can browse with ease.

Perceivable

Information and user interface (UI) design are displayed to users in ways they can understand.

Operable

Navigation and functionality can be carried out via various methods, from keyboard to screen readers.

Understandable

Content and interactions are presented in a way that maximizes predictability and are easily interpreted.

ADA FAQs

Our ADA website solutions

We offer the following WordPress accessibility services:

Manual compliance audit

  • Sequential heading tags — FreshySites to ensure heading tags to be in sequential order.
  • Basic contrast audit — Ensure proper contrast levels of major site design elements.

Implementation of third-party ADA infrastructure

  • Image ALT tags implemented
  • Skip navigation option enabled
  • Keyboard navigation optimization
  • screen reader optimization
  • ARIA (name attributes) added and optimized
  • Additional interface capabilities — Font handling, color handling, contrast handling, animation handling, content highlighting, audio muting, content deciphering via Wikipedia and Wiktionary

Ongoing ADA support and compliance

  • Ongoing scans and compliance – Includes daily scans and analysis of the site to confirm any new content is adjusted and accessibility statement.
  • Image ALT tags implemented
  • Skip navigation option enabled
  • Keyboard navigation optimization
  • screen reader optimization
  • ARIA (name attributes) added and optimized
  • Additional interface capabilities — Font handling, color handling, contrast handling, animation handling, content highlighting, audio muting, content deciphering via Wikipedia and Wiktionary

The need could soon become a requirement

New to web accessibility compliance?

Becoming ADA compliant can be a lot of work! We start with the basics, and go beyond.

Target a larger audience

Whether you target a small demographic or offer services to an array of customers, you can benefit from making your website more accessible to a broader range of individuals. Reach more visitors and keep them, by allowing screen readers to describe the images to the blind, ensuring your navigation can be used without a mouse for those with physical limitations, and more.

Improve your SEO results

Search engines have changed — becoming more human-like in their approach to crawling, consuming, and understanding page content. By making your website more accessible, it also becomes easier for both search engines and screen readers to make sense of content and structure. Your accessibility efforts can enhance your SEO endeavors as well.

Up your reputation

Show that your visitors are valuable and respected, by making their browsing experience a priority. Making an effort to include everyone will be apparent to those who need the accessibility that is implemented. Imagine they’ve been “getting by” on other websites, and are able to access your content with greater ease than expected.

Avoid the worry

With website accessibility and compliance, it’s better to be proactive than reactive. Compliance should be done out of concern for your visitors — not for fear of legal action — but that can be a driving-factor for many website owners. Many esteemed brands and businesses have already been sued for lack of ADA compliance.

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