SHOULD YOUR WEBSITE BE COMPLIANT?
It’s good business and can increase revenue…
1 in 5 Americans live with disabilities.
71% of web users with disabilities leave sites that are inaccessible.
Americans with disabilities have over $8 trillion in purchasing power.
- There was a 14% increase in lawsuits against organizations whose websites were not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 2021.
- If your website is not compliant with the ADA, fines range from $10,000 a month to $10,000 a week.
- Companies with under $50 million in revenue accounted for two-thirds of digital-accessibility lawsuits.
Whether you are a business, nonprofit, or university, having a website that is ADA compliant makes sense…
Not only do you avoid fines ranging from $10,000 a month to $10,000 a week for being out of compliance, but you make your organization accessible to millions of individuals living with a disability.
If your website is not ADA compliant or you are not sure and you would like to make your site accessible to the millions living with disability, we can help.
At Paradigm, we have worked with countless companies and organizations to help them meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG.)
We partner with ADA-certified auditors who are leaders in ADA compliance. Test teams comprised of people with disabilities thoroughly evaluate sites to ensure compliance, support any necessary remediation efforts, and constantly monitor the website accessibility environment for any changes that may affect our sites. Most importantly they will stand by you in court if you face an accessibility lawsuit.
If you have questions about website accessibility or want to learn more, contact us today.
We can help you get your site on track to ADA compliance.