Is Your Website Inclusive?

You could be missing out on valuable prospective customers if your website isn't

ADA Compliant through WCAG 2.1 AA


A website is now a key factor in whether or not a customer will use your business. If your website is not ADA compliant through WCAG 2.1 AA, you could be missing out on valuable prospective customers.

ADA compliance means making sure that your website can be used by people with disabilities. This includes ensuring that your website can be navigated by screen readers and that any form fields can be completed by people with limited mobility. WCAG 2.1 AA is the most recent set of guidelines for ADA compliance.

There are many benefits to making your website ADA compliant, including avoiding legal demands and improving your SEO ranking. Making your website inclusive shows potential customers that you care about accessibility and that you are willing to go the extra mile to accommodate them.

We have teamed up with AudioEye™ to help make your website more inclusive to visitors with disabilities, and at the same time helping you to avoid ADA related legal demands while also optimizing your search engine presence.

Audio Eye

AudioEye™ has a four step process to make your website accessible and compliant.

  1. Add an accessibility widget to your website, which helps those with disabilities to activate the features that they need.
  2. Provide a way for visitors to question and suggest changes to your website in regards to compliance.
  3. Actively scans your website for vulnerabilities, and makes instant fixes that make your site more compliant. Some necessary changes require a manual fix within the web code itself. AudioEye™ helps find and determine the proper solution for your web developer.
  4. AudioEye™ provides a STAR Plan. If your company has received a legal demand letter, you can provide this Sustainable Testing & Remediation (STAR) Plan to your attorney.
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