Accessibility Helps People To Find Your Services

ADA Support

When it comes to your website, we want an extensive array of potential clients to be able to view your website. That’s one of the reasons that we design sites with ADA in mind.

ADA, the American’s With Disabilities Act, is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. This law extends to accessibility requirements for electronic and information technology to create a fair, online experience for all users.

ADA Compliant

What does this mean for websites?

For your website, we recommend working with a trusted web development company with the tools and knowledge to make sure that everyone can use your website. Ensuring keyboard navigation and screen reader accessibility is just a step in the right direction in becoming ADA Compliant.

Specifications to Follow

ADA Guidelines

While there are no specific rules on what a website has to have to make it ADA compliant, there are many requirements, recommendations, and guidelines available out there that we have familiarized ourselves with. This includes WCAGWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines’ levels of compliance, and Section 508.

On our websites, we make a notable effort to create sites with ADA accessibility in mind with and steadily increasing compliance. 

ADA Tools


When we begin to create a site, we review the code because how you mark up the code matters to both Search Engines and ADA restrictions. While no widget or plugin will work 100% perfectly 100% of the time, we use a variety of them to assist us, in building accessible websites, and then manually code adjustments. 

If you are looking to start making changes to your website to become more accessible, talk to an experienced web agency (we happen to know one if needed). No plugin will be 100% compliant; however, we understand the needs that ADA requires and can provide you with ADA training, consulting, and pointers to ensure you are following best-practice guidelines.