WCAG 2.1 AA Compliance is Within Reach
Website accessibility can seem complex and overwhelming if you don’t know where to start.
We will instantly strengthen any weak spots that might cause issues. Most well built sites can be done starting at under $500.
We are proud to say that tens of millions of pages are more accessible today thanks to the programs we utilize.
Fostering a more accessible digital space is just the beginning
In the United Statesalone your site may be inaccessible to:
1 in 5
Suffer seizures & epilepsy **
Motor impaired, can’t use a mouse
* Center for Disease Control (CDC)
** Epilepsy Foundation
Web Accessibility for the Visually Impaired
Web Accessibility for the Elderly
With our website accessibility upgrades, we help elderly users overcome any senses that may have deteriorated over time by allowing them to adjust the text size on your site, by highlighting clickable areas so they don’t get lost among the other content, by increasing the size of the mouse pointer and by using higher contrast colors. We do all of this via an intuitive and easy-to-understand menu that will be unobtrusive to any users who don’t actually require it.
Web Accessibility for the Blind
With our upgrade, blind and visually impaired people visiting your site can finally become more independent and better integrate with the online world, which they so intimately depend on for their daily lives.
Accessibility guidelines empower disabled users to more effortlessly deal with everyday tasks while helping make their handicap less of an obstacle.
The website accessibility upgrade helps visually impaired and blind users have a more meaningful browsing experience on your website and thus a stronger connection with you and your business. While you’ll be more closely adhering to website accessibility standards as required by law, you may also enjoy increased ROI from providing a better experience to a broader user base.
Web Accessibility for the Mobility Impaired.
Imagine navigating your website without a mouse and only a keyboard. It can be nearly impossible.
When we upgrade accessibility to your website it creates a simpler and more accessible browsing experience for users with mobility issues as well. Millions of people cannot use a mouse or other pointing device and rely solely on their keyboard to navigate websites. Your site should be fully navigable using a keyboard’s tab key, arrow keys, the enter key, and the spacebar.
Our website upgrade will make smart modifications to elements on your site that we identify as potentially non-compliant or that may prevent keyboard-only navigation. And we do it all without requiring costly adjustments to your website’s existing codebase.
Accessibility shouldn’t stifle creativity and innovation.
It should be a part of it.
And it all starts with one small step…
Avoid Legal Exposure
Websites who do not meet WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility standards can be fined up to $50,000 for a first violation and $100,000 for a second, and even more for compensation of damages.
The Floodgates Have Opened
Hundreds of Lawsuits. Thousands of Demand Letters.
- Target.comSued for failure to provide descriptive alt text on images for product images appearing on their e-commerce store
- Etrade.comSued for failure to provide an accessible website, mobile application and accessible online trading platform for customers who are blind.
- H&R BlockSued for failure to provide accessible web content for their online tax preparation tool, website, and mobile application
- NetFlix.com, Hulu.com, Amazon.com, MIT and Harvard UniversitySued for failure to provide closed captioning on streaming web videos, archived video content and pre-recorded course material
- MLBSued for failure to provide accessibility of apps for mobile devices based on WCAG 2.1 Level AA for its iPhone and iPad apps.
- SafeWaySued for failure to provide accessibility of its online grocery delivery website.
- Carnival CruisesSued for failure to provide accessible web experiences for their Carnival Cruises, Princess and HollandAmerica websites
- Weight WatchersSued for failure to provide its online and mobile application content and print material in accessible formats for persons with visual impairments