Get ADA Web Accessible

WCAG 2.0 and Section 508, ADA Compliance for websites

example image is not properly tagged for screen reader

When to use Alt Tags on Images

Adding alt tags to all images sometimes is not the correct solution for accessibility.     W3.org provides a tutorial on Image Concepts that helps explain the different types of images on a website and how they should be marked up for those who use a
Helpful ADA Accessible website links

Making your social media post images accessible

Sometimes you have to look a little deeper on how to add alt tags to the images you are posting on your favorite social networks or closed captions to videos. Here are some quick links to the most popular social media sites discussing how to
websites for disabled button

Accessibility Training Options

ACCESSIBILITY TRAINING WebAim.com Webaim is located in Logan, Utah. WebAim is an accessibility leader, offering training at their location as well as arranging training at your location. WebAim’s online Document Accessibility Course covers making documents accessible.  Details are below. Register: Webaim.org/training Website: WebAim.org Phone: 435-797-7024
compliance for dummies/web accessibility

Web Accessibility Initiatives: How People with Disabilities Use the Web

About a billion people experience disability in some form. Does your website offer the web accessibility needed for them to use it? If disabled people can’t access your website, you’re missing out on a huge customer base. But it gets more serious: just like with
example image is not properly tagged for screen reader

Top 5 Qualities To Look For In An ADA Consultant

When the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1989, companies have had to make sure that their buildings, and now websites, are ADA compliant. With so many state and federal regulations regarding ADA compliance, along with changes and updates to legislation, companies can find
ADA Lawsuits on the rise

Is Your Website Compliant? The Legal Consequences of Inaccessible Websites

Recent legal developments could spell trouble for American businesses of all shapes and sizes. In 2018, plaintiffs filed over 2200 website accessibility lawsuits. That number has nearly tripled from the year before — and the year before that. There are no clear guidelines for website
understanding accessibility standards

Accessibility Compliance for Dummies: Understanding ADA Standards

Businesses have come under scrutiny about accessibility compliance for their websites. In fact, many businesses have seen lawsuits on their lack of compliance. If you want to avoid lawsuits, you should make sure your website follows ADA standards. If you’re new to this idea, the best
website compliant

10 Common Facts About ADA Website Compliance to Help Your Website

In 2018, there were over 2250 federal website accessibility lawsuits. The lawsuits claimed people with disabilities couldn’t use the sites. The sites didn’t work with assistive technologies. All the suits were in federal court under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The
getADAAccessible is here to help make the web accessible

Schedule a time to discuss your needs. We will review your options and give a clear, no strings attached assessment of your website’s accessibility.

We can work with you, your internal IT professionals or your legal counsel to make sure that all stakeholders understand the requirements of full digital inclusion for those who are sight impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, or who have physical limitations that prevent them from navigating your site, and to ensure that this diverse demographic of potential customers have access to all of the products, information, and resources that you offer.

Let’s all do the right thing and include everyone.