Is your website excluding millions?

We are ADA web accessibility consulting & services provider in Orange County, California. We’ve created the software solution to make your digital properties fully accessible. We evaluate for digital accessibility compliance, deliver accessibility statements, and provide remediation services – helping you eliminate barriers and project a disability-friendly image.

When you put your website in our hands, you will not only receive an audit that detects violations related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but you will also enhance its usability.

Home

Did you know that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to websites and mobile apps?

Find out how we can help

The Digital Trends Websites are Following

Home

SSL Certificate Security for your visitors

They recognize outstanding achievements in improving the ability of a target organization to create and evolve software-dependent systems.

Home

Making your website Responsive

Making sure that the website looks good on all devices no matter the screen size.

Home

ADA Website Complaince

The recipients are selected based on their industry expertise, work portfolio, and client feedback.

Home

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The 2018 Excellence software awards indicate that the profession’s transition to cloud applications.

Home

Key solutions

Key solutions

A Brief History and Background on ADA Regulations

The ADA is the Americans with Disabilities Act, passed almost 30 years ago in 1990. This act was originally put in motion pertaining solely to physical location. It requires establishments to provide people with disabilities easy access to various levels throughout the business. This act was set to achieve an equal experience to all people, handicapped or not.

RECENT COURT CASES

ADA Compliance in the News

The ADA prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities. That includes digital properties like websites and mobile apps.

find out what steps you can take to make your website be complaint

Our Services

What is ADA Website Compliance?

Home

Offer Text Font/Size Alternatives

If your website includes graphics and videos that display pertinent information, you’ll need to include text alternatives for those that may not be able to effectively view the multimedia.

Home

Offer a High Contrast Option

Individuals with visual impairments can often read a web page better if the contrast is high. You can design your website with this in mind, or offer an option for pages that can be viewed in higher contrast.

Home

Include Keyboard Support

Not everyone will be able to use a mouse to navigate to different areas of the site and click on tabs. Keyboard support enables visitors to the site to move around the web page using keys on the keyboard.

Home

Make Sure the HTML is Clean

Proper HTML utilizes meta descriptions, title tags, bulleted lists, and other components that ensure visually impaired individuals can easily locate items on the web pages, and that screen readers can efficiently locate and read content.

Home

Offer a Simplified Version of Website

Understandably, you are proud of how your website looks, but offering a simplified version can make it easier for individuals with a variety of disabilities to easily find content and navigate the site. Simply separating the content into different sections in a basic layout can make things much easier for many.

Home

Avoid Flashing Graphics

Flashing graphics or videos with flashing lights or images that move very rapidly can cause seizures in individuals with some disabilities or those that may be susceptible to the effects.

Technology Expertise

Technology Expertise

Does My Website Need to be ADA Compliant?

  1. Are you a business that benefits the public?
  2. Are you a local, state, or government agency?
  3. Are you a private employer with 15 or more employees?
  4. Are you retail?

If you answered, “yes” to any of the questions above – your website should be compliant with ADA regulations. We would be happy to help you learn whether your site is ADA compliant.

Whether it’s the law or not, your website should provide a struggle-free online experience for all users.

Home

Legal action against organizations on digital accessibility has tripled over the past year.

Schedule a free 30-minute risk assessment to check your level of compliance.

Home

Enhance Your Digital Customer Experience

Make it easy for people with disabilities to engage with you digitally

Home

Qualify for a Tax Credit Available

Qualify for a Tax Credit Available

Home

Project a Disability Friendly Brand Presence

Connect with the largest minority in the world. More than half of consumers with purchasing power are touched by disability.

Success Stories

Success Stories

Benefits of Becoming ADA Compliant

We’re happy to back up our claims with detailed results – how many agencies can say that? Take a look at our wide range of clients, from FTSE100 to exciting new startups, and discover how we’ve helped take their business to a new level.

Home

Key solutions

Key solutions

WCAG 2.1 Compliance

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) sets the main international standards for the World Wide Web and its accessibility. W3C created the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) which are similar to Section 508, but on an international level. WCAG 2.0 requires specific techniques for compliance and is more current than Section 508.

Many countries and international organizations require compliance with WCAG 2.0. The guidelines are categorized into three levels of compliance: A (must support), AA (should support), and AAA (may support). Representatives from the accessibility community around the world participate in the evolution of these guidelines.

Why choose us

Examples of Websites that are ahead
of ADA Website Compliance

One-in-five users require web accessibility to use your site. Extend a welcome mat and protect their civil rights.

Our company is an Avnet company with offi­ces in New York, Athens and Paris. We deliver best-of-breed AI software for IoT applications, along with providing data services and digital transformation to enterprises. Over a decade of experience with startups to Fortune 100 companies has given us the proficiency to offer strategy, design, engineering solutions, and R&D services.

Home

500+

Employees

Home

25+

Solutions

Home

600+

Clients

Home

1400+

Projects

Why choose us

Join the World's Leading Brands

Home
Home
Home
Home
Home
Home
Home
Home

Curious about your current level of accessibility?

The first step in bringing your website, mobile app, or other digital assets into compliance is knowing how accessible—or inaccessible—they are right now.

ADA Video Explanation

What is ADA all about?

Home

“With over 30 years of experience in this industry I’ve yet to encounter a firm that is more centered on excellence, both in treating human beings that serve the company, and in fabricating software in service of their clients.”

Howard Sam Smith

President and CEO - Odessa Inc.

Share the News

ADA Website Compliance Brochure

Home

Download and Print the
ADA Compliance PDF

Our company is an Avnet company with offi­ces in New York, Athens and Paris. We deliver best-of-breed AI software for IoT applications, along with providing data services and digital transformation to enterprises. Over a decade of experience with startups to Fortune 100 companies has given us the proficiency to offer strategy, design, engineering solutions, and R&D services.

contact us

How Can I Tell if my Website is ADA Compliant?

Begin your journey to inclusion now with a website accessibility audit.
Contact us now for an accessibility consultation. You may be surprised at what we find and how we can help.

Contact Us

Frequently Asked Questions

the law went into effect, Jan 2018 for everyone. 

a website that has an accessibility statement and an icon, like this website that enables features on the bottom left corner.

the deadline passed it was Jan 2018, anyone who is not ADA compliant is liable and can be sued. Ask Dominoes pizza or Beyonce. 

Really, it applies to everyone. If you have a public facing website, that you liable. Think about it, what business would not need a ramp, or would not need handicap parking. What movie would not need subtitles…?

It honestly depends, it could take days, weeks or months. How large is your site, what is it built on, it’s best to be proactive and get an audit to make sure you are doing everything you can to be compliant. 

Again, it depends, how many pages your site has or what it was built on, or how informed your developer is that can update the website. It usually costs a couple grand, worth it to not be sued or taken to court. And it brings in more business. 

You grow you userbase, you support the community, you don’t exclude people with disabilities. Reach out and get a audit as soon as possible.