Avoid legal liabilities

Ensure maximum accessibility

Protect your business

Why your site should be ADA-compliant:

Increase your target audience
Improve SEO
Increase usability
Protect your reputation
Avoid hefty penalties

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Violations of ADA compliance are on the rise.

Don’t let your business be the next. 

What Does it Mean to be ADA Compliant?

You’re 3 months into the launch of your company’s brand-new website. Traffic is growing, conversion is favorable and business is booming. 

Then, an inbound lead threatens to sue. Why? Because your site is not ADA-compliant.

ADA compliant? What does that even mean?

The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) ensures that your website needs to be accessible to people who have disabilities that affect their hearing, vision or physical capacities.

Over 70% of your disabled prospects clicked away from your site today because of poor accessibility. On the same day, 24 businesses were sued for ADA violations.

What does my site need to have?

Clean and complete HTML

Text content, including alt-tags, meta descriptions

High contrast pages for visual assistance

No flashing graphics

ARIA landmarks

Compliance with W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0)

The list is vast but here at the Chicago Web Factory, we’re here to help. Whether you're reacting to a legal threat or action, needing help in understanding the need to make your website accessible to all your visitors, or trying to get ahead of these guidelines by making your website conform to the WCAG, we can assist you and your organization in taking the mandatory steps to becoming 100% compliant.

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