Is your organization’s website digitally accessible? If you’re not sure, you could be at risk of a costly lawsuit.
More and more, we are seeing digital accessibility being legally enforced in the U.S.—with increasing numbers of lawsuits and legal implications for organizations that have not done their part to accommodate people with disabilities.
To mitigate risk, it’s more important than ever for private, public and non-profit organizations to create online content that is accessible to people with disabilities. But what are those requirements? What specific aspects of a website or mobile app must be made accessible? And how can your organization begin testing for usability and accessibility compliance?
This free guide will educate you about the:
- Basics of U.S. accessibility legislation
- Financial and business impacts of non-compliance
- Four main principles of W3C’s internationally recognized Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
- Criticality of an expert website audit for ensuring ongoing compliance—and avoiding potentially costly litigation