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ADA Compliance

August 12, 2019

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design were passed in 2010. These standards establish the guidelines to make all electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. 

While it is not proactively enforced by any governing body, the Department of Justice (DOJ) is currently determining specific regulations for goods and services provided on the web. 

How does being compliant help people?

There are a wide range of disabilities that can impact a visitors usage, such as:

  • Impaired vision, color blindness, and blindness 
  • Reduced hearing or deafness
  • Motor-function or mobility issues (Such as Parkinson’s or muscular dystrophy)

While most people think of websites in context of using a keyboard, mouse, or touchscreen to navigate, people with disabilities often cannot these same input methods. There are a wide range of assistive input devices, computers, and software that can help those with disabilities still access the same information as everyone else.

Have a question? I can help.

Levi Neuland

Vice President | Digital Marketing

1-716-242-7498 x368

Note: We are still in the process of exploring & rolling out ADA Compliance support across the agency. If you have concerns regarding ADA compliance, be sure to include creative in any conversations.

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