Understanding ADA Compliance on the Web

What is ADA Compliance?
“The Department of Justice (DOJ) published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as a set of Standards for Accessible Design in Fall of 2010. These standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities.” – W3C

Due to this act, a set of web-related guidelines were created to help developers follow a path to better accessibility. These guidelines also known as the (WCAG) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines cover a wide range of recommendations for developers. Making usability a better experience for those with disabilities, which includes poor vision and blindness, hearing loss and deafness, speech disabilities, limited movements, photo-hypersensitivity and any combination of these. These guidelines address the accessibility of web content on mobile devices, laptops, desktops and tablets.

At Sitespring, we recognize the importance of web accessibility for all users and therefore have partnered with a team of developers to offer our clients the ability to make their website ADA compliant in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

We now offer a solution that is revolutionizing web accessibility by using AI (Artificial Intelligence) and machine learning to upkeep your site with new guidelines.

Our team has created the ability for non-human website analysis. Utilizing artificial intelligence technology to do exactly that, scan, analyze, and decipher your website every 2 days.  Assuring that your website stays compliant and accessible at all times, regardless of any updates you may post.