Simple Accessibility Solutions for ADA & WGAC Compliance
Is your website accessible?
One-in-five users require web accessibility to use your site. Roll out the welcome mat and protect their civil rights.
Getting your website compliant while offering a fully-accessible user experience is simpler than you think.
We’ve partnered with UserWay who have a suite of automated solutions to expedite the process without sacrificing quality.
Inspect your website for accessibility violations and ADA compliance with our Accessibility Inspector tool! Simply input your website’s URL to generate a report that will highlight any potential weak spots.
Provide Inclusive Experiences to Absolutely Everyone
UserWay assists users that have varying degrees of visual impairment by enhancing their browsing experience to best meet their needs and physical limitations.
We do this by improving your site’s support for keyboard-only navigation, as well as enabling users to independently increase the contrast of contents on your site, increasing the font size, switching to a more readable font face, using a larger cursor, highlighting links, desaturating content (removing color from text and images), and more, based on their personal disability and preference.
With the UserWay accessibility plugin we help elderly users overcome any senses that may have softened or deteriorated over time by allowing them to adjust the text size on your site, by highlighting clickable areas so they don’t get lost among the other content, by increasing the size of the mouse pointer and by using higher contrast colors.
We do all of this via an intuitive and easy-to-understand plugin that will be unobtrusive to any users who don’t actually require it.
With UserWay, blind and visually impaired people on your site can finally become more independent and better integrate with the online world, which they so intimately depend on for their daily lives. Accessibility guidelines empower disabled users to more effortlessly deal with everyday tasks while helping make their handicap a little less of an obstacle.
UserWay helps visually impaired and blind users have a more meaningful browsing experience on your website and thus a stronger connection with you and your business. While you’ll be more closely adhering to website accessibility standards as required by law, you may also enjoy increased ROI from providing a better experience to a broader user base.
Try abandoning your mouse for a couple of days and see what the experience is like navigating your company’s site.
UserWay creates a simpler and more accessible browsing experience for users with mobility issues as well. Millions of people cannot use a mouse or other pointing device and rely solely on their keyboard to navigate websites. Your site should be fully navigable using a keyboard’s tab key, arrow keys, the enter key and the spacebar.
The UserWay widget will make smart modifications to elements on your site that we identify as potentially non-compliant or that may prevent keyboard-only navigation. And we do it all without requiring you or your developers to make costly adjustments to your website’s existing codebase.
Have you ever had your pupils dilated for an eye exam, only to leave the doctors office and find the world painfully bright and blurry? Or maybe you’ve found yourself unable to type on the computer because you sprained your wrist?
These scenarios might just seem like temporary frustrations, but there’s actually a name for them – situational disabilities. Disabilities do not always have to be permanent or ongoing. Sometimes your environment or circumstances can create a temporary disability or impairment.
UserWay helps to make technology more accessible for everyone, no matter what their situation is or how long they anticipate it to continue. If you’re temporarily impaired, having easy-to-use modifications will give you more freedom and flexibility to adapt digital content to your needs.
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*Patagonia, Ace Hardware, Domino’s Pizza, Aeropostale, Bed Bath & Beyond, PeaPod, Estee Lauder, JC Penny, Home Depot as well as the Kardashian’s ShopDashOnline.com are the most recent companies sued by blind plaintiffs, alleging that the retailers’ websites are not accessible to the blind as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).