Why is Web Accessibility mandatory?

Web Accessibility initiated by the W3C emphasizes on web content being “accessible” for people with disabilities. It is now mandatory for the federal and federal funded websites to be accessibility complaint.

It is essential that the Web be accessible and provide equal access and opportunity to people with disabilities. This means that people with disabilities can understand, navigate, and interact on the Web with ease.

You know that the Government has made it mandatory that all Federal agencies be compliant with “Web Accessibility” and this whitepaper is going to help you understand how you can achieve that.

This Whitepaper will help you gain clarity and understand the challenges and the solutions to implement Web Accessibility Compliance for your Organization.

You will gain Web Accessibility insights on:

  • What Web Accessibility is all about.
  • The difference between ADAWCAG 2.0 and Section 508? (Yes, there is a difference actually!)
  • The business benefits of having an Accessible website. And not get sued!
  • The different types of user disabilities and their assistive technologies used
  • Implementation guidelines for WCAG 2.0

We have also included a checklist for WCAG 2.0 A, AA and AAA ratings to help you evaluate where you are and where you need to be. Web Accessibility is here to stay.

So, go on to download the Whitepaper on Web Accessibility and check out on what it takes to be accessibility compliant.

Ameex Technologies have been working with more than 500 clients in the past decade across many industries. We offer ADA, WCAG 2.0, and 508 Compliance implementations. Our 24*7 Managed Services team will assist you during new content added in future to ensure the new additions are in conformance to the standards.