The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) deems that all "places of public accommodation" must be accessible to everyone, this now includes websites.
Websites with prominent inaccessible components can be seen as discriminatory against persons with disabilities, in violation of Title III of the ADA and is a strict liability law meaning there are no excuses or pleading of ignorance.
Currently, there is no legal document that exists in the U.S. however, the primary guide for providing web accessibility for disabled visitors is to follow the W3C`s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines "WCAG 2.0 AA”.
Whether you are responding to a legal action, or would like to avoid potential legal issues and reach WCAG compliance for your website, Hounder provides WCAG / ADA web compliance testing, auditing and reporting, correction, team training, and strategic consulting on the policies.
Our team works closely with you to identify and help remediate any WCAG compliance issues by performing the following services:
Our expert team will come onsite to equip your design and/or development teams with the knowledge and tools they need to ensure your website is ADA compliant and remains accessible for the future.
Our team of experts can evaluate your website and provide assistance to resolve any web compliance issues, and help you towards your path of web accessiabilty and ADA compliance.