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September 10, 2021

The Top 3 ADA Website Compliance Mistakes You’re Probably Making

Author: Gabriela

One in five Americans has a disability. Without an ADA-compliant website, you could potentially be losing out on one-fifth of your market and risk legal consequences. Ensure equal access to all by avoiding these three common mistakes with ADA website compliance:

1. Not Performing Website Audits

You can’t fix a problem if you don’t know it exists or where it exists! ADA website compliance audits will let you know the accessibility pitfalls in your current website. It’s important not only to perform automatic assessments but also manual assessments to ensure you don’t miss any errors.

2. Not Monitoring for ADA Guidance Updates

Just as your company is always evolving, so are the ADA compliance guidelines. That’s why it’s so important to conduct audits regularly and not treat your website’s ADA compliance as a one-time fix. The ADA updates a best practices toolkit to help you stay up-to-date on how the nondiscrimination requirements of Title II of the ADA apply to state and local government websites.

3. Trying To Manage ADA Website Compliance In-House

Trying to understand the ins and outs of ADA compliance and how to update your website accordingly is not only time-consuming but also takes you away from doing what you do best, running your business. Investing in a digital marketing agency to help with ADA website compliance audits will free up your time and the headache of trying to figure out how to make changes to best comply with the guidelines.

Work With Us: We Specialize On ADA Website Compliance

At Atilus, we have helped thousands of clients with their websites and marketing strategies. Our team of experts can do a mix of automatic and manual assessments on your current website and provide you with a clear picture of where you currently stand on ADA compliance.

We will provide you with a full list of errors and estimate the time it will take to fix them. Once we’ve got your website up to ADA compliance standards, we can discuss monitoring packages to ensure your website continues to be ADA compliant.

Ready to schedule a strategy session? Give us a call!

Gabriela Caballero

Gabriela joined the Atilus team in 2019. She assists with overall marketing initiatives for Atilus and our clients, including helping with social media, blog content, and more.

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