Everybody deserves equal access to information. But sometimes, the way a website is structured doesn’t allow for that accessibility. Like a building with only stairs but no ramp or lift, an inaccessible site can be just as much of a hindrance.
We want to fix that.
Why does this matter?
You want all eyes on your website, even those eyes with impairments. People want information quick and easy, and you can’t afford to confuse visitors.
You want those eyes to engage with your content, follow the journey, and convert.
Having a site that’s accessible to all is no longer optional – it’s actually a priority for the Department of Justice. By making sure your site is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), you’ll not only be helping those who need it, but helping yourself.
An inaccessible website can be considered discriminatory. By making your site as accessible as possible, you can avoid legal repercussions.
Increase Your Audience Size
The more accessible your site, the more people will be able to engage with you and your services. You’ll also avoid lost revenue by being open to more opportunities.
We’ll take a look at your site using accessibility tools to see what areas need improvement.
We’ll come up with a tailored plan to improve your site’s accessibility.
We’ll put the plan into action to get your site up to speed, ensuring your site is compliant, and your audience doesn’t miss out on anything.
Ready to get your site up to compliance standards? We’re ready to help you. Fill out the form below, and we’ll be in touch.