Website Accessibility & ADA Compliance

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Let your website experience include people with disabilities
and avoid lawsuits.

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that “places of public accommodation ” offer “equal access.” This law has created a surge in website accessibility lawsuits to exceed 10,000 per year with tens of thousands of dollars in damages.

Re-designing a website to maintain ADA compliance, can be a costly endeavor. That’s why our accessibility software is a quick, cost-effective solution that can be coded into any website and make it instantly compliant. This gives you peace of mind and allows web visitors of all abilities to experience your website.

Vision Impaired

Blind Users

Seizure Susceptible

ADHD / Cognitive Impaired

Website Accessibility What is it?How does it work?

What is Accessible Website Solutions?

Accessible Website Solutions is our solution to internet accessibility. Being more inclusive to our community members with disabilities and their right to access goods and services in the ever-changing digital economy. Disabilities we service include: seizures, vision impairment, legal blindness, cognitive issues, ADHD, motor skills for keyboard operation.

How does it work?

The beauty of AWS is that the software reviews your existing website to audit compliance then masks your site’s code to meet standards without changing your code. More importantly, it adds a dashboard on every page for visitors with disabilities to customize their experience on your website. Once you sign on with AWS you get a 7 day FREE trial before payment. We do this so we can get your website compliant as fast as possible (within 2 days) and rectify non-compliant issues almost immediately.

Click the accessibility icon (bottom-right corner) to preview the adjustment widget.

Customizable web Tools

Applying the software to your site will allow your users set their own accessibility profile on your site. This tool offers default profiles for visually impaired, cognitive disabilities, ADHD, seizure safe, keyboard navigation, and blind users.

Additionally, visitors can also customize the user experience by selecting a readable font, an increased text size, highlighting titles or links, changing font colors, stopping auto-play videos, and much more!

Check if your website is compliant.

ADA Legal compliance

Are you staring at a lawsuit for a non-compliant website?

A few years ago lawsuits were being issued against websites that were non-compliant with ADA standards. However, at that time it was only a recommendation to have a compliant website. Since 2018, when the Department of Justice determined that websites are considered “places of public accommodation,” they also announced that they should comply with the ADA Title III. Therefore the compliance standard is now WCAG 2.1 AA in the USA and other nations now have similar regulations.

For businesses like yours, this means that a lawsuit may be more likely if your website is not compliant. (Just like if your store or office wasn’t accessible to people with disabilities.)

Contact us now, before a costly lawsuit appears on your desk.

How does it Comply?

Our goal is to provide access for all in the web community.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1)

These are the standards set by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) originally published in 1999 and updated in 2008.

Americans With Disabilities Act

This is the most important law regarding accessibility and civil rights for people with disabilities, prohibiting discrimination and guaranteeing public accommodations and reasonable modifications, including digital spaces.

Section 501 Compliance

Section 508 satisfies the Rehabilitation Act that states that any technology used by a federal agency or department has to be accessible by people with disabilities.

European Accessibility Act

European Accessibility Act was produced by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute which regulates the digital sphere. Absolutely important for clients with global reach.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1)

These are the standards set by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) originally published in 1999 and updated in 2008.

Americans With Disabilities Act

This is the most important law regarding accessibility and civil rights for people with disabilities, prohibiting discrimination and guaranteeing public accommodations and reasonable modifications, including digital spaces.

Section 501 Compliance

Section 508 satisfies the Rehabilitation Act that states that any technology used by a federal agency or department has to be accessible by people with disabilities.

Compliance Statement

Accessibility demands have been increasing lawsuits towards non-compliant websites by 300% in the past few years. Business and industries of all kinds and sizes are being targeted.

With AWS, we provide you with an accessibility statement and certification, monthly accessibility compliance audits, and dedicated litigation support.

Low Monthly Fees

What is the cost of making your website compliant?

There are a few ways you can go about ensuring your website is compliant. The first includes a detailed audit of your website and manual efforts toward each individual line item which can cost thousands of dollars and be very time intensive. Our way is automatic is usually complete within days.

Only $99/month

The cost is only $99/month, billed annually, and comes with all this:

  • A free compliance audit on your site (always free, not necessary to purchase to get your compliance report!)

  • A detailed compliance report once compliance is reached.

  • Automatic accessibility updates to your website’s meta information anytime you update your site or add new content.

  • The Customizable Web Tools Widget installed on your site, styled to fit your specifications.

  • Quarterly compliance reports to give you peace of mind that your site remains accessible to all.

  • Technical Support

Check if your website is compliant.