Don’t get hit with a lawsuit for noncompliance. Let us ensure your site and mobile apps are accessible to everyone. Our service provides that there are no barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to your website by people with disabilities.
Not sure if you need to be compliant? Under Title I of the ADA, any business with at least 15 full-time employees that operates for 20 or more weeks is subject to this law. Under Title III, companies that fall into the category of “public accommodation,” such as hotels, banks, and public transportation, must comply.
Web content should be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who navigate by voice, screen readers, or other means of assistive tech.
Choose which compliance rules you’re required to follow. We offer compliance for WCAG 2.1, ADA Title 3, Section 508 & EN 301549. Not sure which one is right for you? Select all of them, and we can discuss your business compliance requirements in our initial project brief meeting.
We include up to 5 pages in our base package. Does your website have more? Add as many pages as needed. Do you have a large site with hundreds of pages? If so, reach out so we can discuss a solution that will best fit your project requirements.
Want to ensure that your site stays up to date with compliance requirements? Add a yearly certification option to enable us to update your site as new requirements come out. Add peace of mind knowing that your website will remain in compliance despite any future changes.
Our standard delivery time is seven days. Need it sooner? Not a problem, choose one of our expedited options.
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What to expect
Our Awesome Process
Select your project package and options that align with your requirements. Engage instantly with our team by proceeding through the service purchase & checkout process. You will receive a welcoming email, confirming the initiation of your project upon completion of the checkout process.
Discovery starts with a streamlined onboarding procedure allowing us to get to know you & your company. We automatically provide credentials to access a private project dashboard. Our private dashboards offer further opportunities to provide granular details regarding your project to be submitted.
Upon fulling the tasks outlined in the SOW, our team will submit a request for you to review, approve & close the project. In the unlikely event that our request for approval gets denied, a project manager will schedule a meeting with the assigned client representative to discuss what deliverable requirements were not met.
The conclusion of each project presents us with an opportunity to gain insight into our performance. As our client, your feedback is extremely valuable to us. It allows us to relish in the success of another satisfied customer, or identity areas we can improve. We provide you with a link to a short satisfaction survey & in return; we provide you with a delicious token of our appreciation for your feedback. A true Win-Win!
Q&A's For Web Accessibility
Frequently Asked Questions
All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. Watson Media does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability, and accuracy of this information.
Are Google sites ADA compliant?
Google Sites does not support accessibility. Consider using another web publishing system to create a site that is accessible.
Are Squarespace sites ADA compliant?
Squarespace websites have ADA compliance built-in? Both yes and no. Squarespace templates include accessibility and ADA compliance features. You can also keep your site compliant with responsive design options, resizable texts, and multiple color options.
Are WordPress sites ADA compliant?
WordPress has been working to make the CMS ADA-compliant. There is a WordPress accessibility team. Accessibility Coding Standards have been established to ensure that the new and updated WordPress core code conforms to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) at level AA.
Do nonprofit websites need to be ADA compliant?
In its ruling on ADA website accessibility, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal has made it law that all organizations, government, business, or non-profit, must comply with Title III of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). ADA Website Accessibility for Non-profits is now a legal requirement.