FAQsThe Benefits
Of ADA Compliance

ADA Compliance Benefits People with Disabilities and Improves the Bottom Line. Becoming ADA compliant isn’t just about avoiding a shakedown. Americans with disabilities are people too and an evergrowing part of the population. ADA website compliance is wholesome and can actually open new opportunities for your organization.
Where can We Help You?

ADA Buzz is a team that works 24/7/365 from 4 offices all over the world: San Francisco, Karachi, Dubai and Sri Lanka. The ADA Buzz team has built a portal where website owners and developers interface with the ADA Buzz team.

ADA Buzz is a one-stop portal created to help WordPress websites become ADA compliant.

  1. Do you know someone with a disability who has a hard time surfing the web due to their disabilities? Take a moment to look over their shoulder to experience what they experience.
  2. Do you know a website that they are trying to access, but can’t? 
  3. Are you a website developer (or owner) who would like to reach the ADA market?

Let ADA Buzz help you.


Needs To Be ADA Compliant?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was developed in 1990 and is meant to ensure that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as anyone else. Your website needs to be accessible to people who have disabilities that affect their hearing, vision or physical limits.
What is Compliance?

There is not sure-fire checklist to ensure 100% compliance. The DOJ has hinted that websites should aim to conform to the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Levels A and AA. Most advocacy groups also encourage websites to satisfy those standards.

As these claims become more prevalent, the WCAG 2.0 or similar standards will become  just as familiar as including SEO elements into new sites. These standards include the use of “alt-text” features which allows screen reader technology to convert text to audio for the visually impaired.

If you are a website developer, you should start building sites following these WCAG 2.0 standards. If you operate a commercial website, you may want to give your web developer a call.

What are the benefits?

The process of making a website ADA compliant involves general clean-up that improves HTML structure, content hierarchy, color contrast and usability.

Overall, ADA compliance helps with:

1. Increasing your Audience
2. Keeps your Liability Free
3. Helps your SEO efforts
4. Creates a more usable website
5. Gives you goodwill