If you have a website, you have a moral, and perhaps even a legal, obligation to make sure it can be used by as many people as possible. This includes people with disabilities.
Recent court decisions have shown that even companies that are not obligated to meet web accessibility standards can be sued for failing to comply with Digital ADA. If you want to protect your company from potential lawsuits (while also better serving your site’s visitors), then you need to understand your obligations when it comes to Digital ADA Compliance.
During this session, which can be presented as a webinar or an in-person presentation, we will cover:
- Defining what Website Accessibility/Digital ADA Compliance is and why it is important for ALL websites
- The risks of not having an accessible website, including legal ramifications
- Examples of what makes a website inaccessible, including some actions you can take today to make your website more accessible
- A path to becoming compliant on your website and maintaining it in the future