Prepare For Compliance
You probably know a business that has faced legal action related to web accessibility compliance. Regardless of the size of the business or institution, it is their responsibility to provide digital accommodations for people with disabilities.
This is similar to physical accessibility (wheelchair ramps, railings in restrooms, etc.) that ensured businesses were not blocking those with disabilities from entering and using their commercial space.
Because so many people rely on the Internet for daily activities and business, barriers online must also be removed.
Learn How To Become Compliant: AKEA will help you navigate digital accessibility compliance for your website.
Take Action: Identify the issues that may be present on your website and address the barriers potentially blocking people with disabilities. Become and remain accessible.
Document Your Efforts: AKEA will help you establish and document your progress towards web accessibility compliance and help you to be prepared for potential legal action and exposure to liability.
Contact us today and we can answer your questions. We look forward to serving you.