Whether you maintain your website in-house or partner with a digital agency for your online projects, the responsibility of ensuring ADA compliance for your website ultimately falls on you.
A mandate in Title III of the ADA states that all “places of public accommodation” are required by law to remove any “access barriers” that would inhibit a person with disabilities from accessing a business’ goods or services. ADA regulations affect transportation, employment, telecommunications, public and private spaces as well as state and local governments.
A website is a public space and thus must be accessible to persons with disabilities who may be using alternative ways of navigating and consuming web content. Continue reading “7 Steps to Make Your Website ADA Compliant”