Custom, Regulation Compliant ADA Website Design
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been amended. The changes to the federal law require organizations to make their online locations, such as their website or apps, equally accessible for individuals with disabilities as for individuals without disabilities.
Much like an organization's physical office or facility needs to be equally accessible for individuals with disabilities with wheelchair ramps or other accessibility equipment, an organization's website must be structured in a way that's compatible with assistive technology, such as screen readers for the blind and color contrast standards that make the site's information accessible for people who are color blind or have other visual impairments.
An increasing number of lawsuits are targeting companies whose websites are not ADA compliant. To get ahead of this, preventing costly litigation and to comply with federal regulations, Geddes Federal Savings and Loan Association partnered with ACS Web Design and SEO for a custom, ADA website design.
ADA website design isn't just about making text legible. There are specific requirements that a website must be structured in a way to fulfill. For years, the ACS team has created custom, ADA website designs for organizations in a wide variety of industries. These custom ADA website projects include ADA compliant website structuring, ADA compliance testing, documentation of regulation compliance due diligence and more.
The ACS team of web designers, web developers, copywriters and quality assurance experts worked together to deliver an ADA website design that's both regulation compliant and tailored to achieve Geddes Federal's organizational goals for growth.
If your website isn't ADA compliant, you're vulnerable to costly lawsuits, regulation non-compliance fees and you could be losing otherwise interested potentials who cannot easily access information about your products or services online.
The CDC estimates that 1 in 4 Americans have a disability. In addition to following federal law, making your organization's website ADA compliant is good for business. Without ADA website design, you could be effectively turning away a quarter of your potential customers, clients or patients.
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