Ensure Your Website Is Accessible To All Users

Expand Your Potential User Base. Avoid Costly Lawsuits.

Why Your Website Needs to Be Accessible

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Lawsuits against website owners for Americans with Disability Act (ADA) violations are on the rise¹. Whether frivolous or completely justified, if your business becomes subject to one of these lawsuits, you could be left holding the bag for tens of thousands of dollars in fines and legal costs and, in some states, statutory damages if you lose. Fortunately, we can help you achieve compliance with ADA legislation, affordably.

Of course, it’s not simply about complying with ADA legislation. By considering the wider community of internet users that includes people with disabilities, you are doing your part to make the web a more inclusive space. And in doing so, you are widening your own user base to people with disabilities who visit your website and have the option to personalize their experience.

How We Help You Bring Accessibility to Your Users and Achieve Compliance

Your website offers compatibility with screen-readers such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and TalkBack. Screen-readers are devices attached to a blind user's computer and smartphone to help them navigate and read web content.

Your website enables motor-impaired persons to navigate and operate the website using keyboard keys and shortcuts.

Your website can be used safely by people with epilepsy by eliminating seizure risks caused by flashing or blinking animations and risky color combinations.

Your website is accessible to the majority of visual impairments, including Degrading Eyesight, Tunnel Vision, Cataract, Glaucoma, and others.

Your website offers a variety of assistive features that help users with cognitive disabilities such as Autism, Dyslexia, CVA, and others. These features aid users to focus on essential elements of your website more easily.

Your website provides users with ADHD with the ability to significantly reduce distractions and noise, helping them to navigate, read, and focus on essential elements of your website more easily.

How We Ensure Your Website is Accessible and Compliant

WCAG & ADA Compliance

Your website will be compliant with Website Content Accessibility Guidelines and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Certification & Statement

Your business will receive a certification and statement of compliance you can use to show customers and clients.

Daily Compliance Monitoring

You will benefit from daily compliance monitoring ensuring your website doesn't break, leaving you exposed to lawsuits.

Monthly Compliance Auditing

You can rest easy knowing monthly compliance auditing will keep your website in line with evolving rules and regulations.

Steps We Take to Improve Accessibility for Your Website

Proper accessibility compliance requires a comprehensive plan for identifying and resolving all issues your website may be facing. eXcelebrate has a proven 4-step process to help you achieve compliance with relevant accessibility regulations, guidelines, and best practices.

Step 1

Perform a Website Audit to Identify Accessibility Issues

An initial audit will be performed to identify every area of your website that lacks total compliance. Due to the serious nature of website accessibility, and the potential repercussions for not getting everything correct, all audits will be thorough and inspect every aspect of your website.

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Step 2

Resolve Identified Accessibility Issues

Once a thorough audit has been completed, and all potential compliance issues identified, a plan of action will be implemented. This plan will take into consideration the nature of the issues your website is facing and create an encompassing solution to ensure you are in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

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Step 3

Perform a Website Audit to Verify Issues are Resolved

A secondary audit must be performed to make sure all potential issues are resolved. Even missing one compliance issue can leave you open to potential lawsuits. After resolving all issues identified in the initial audit, a secondary audit is conducted to ensure that everything has been correctly implemented and all compliance solutions are working properly.

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Step 4

Maintain Accessibility Compliance

Because laws and regulations are continually evolving, ongoing monitoring and updates will need to be conducted to ensure that your website stays compliant. Monthly audits will take place taking into consideration any new laws or regulations and appropriate steps taken to maintain accessibility compliance.

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Achieve ADA Compliance. Avoid Costly Lawsuits.
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Help users with disabilities access your website and personalize their experience. By helping them access your website, you help your business reach more users and achieve compliance with WCAG Guidelines and ADA legislation.