Category: ADA Web Accessibility

  • 2023 Web Accessibility Lawsuit Trends and Insights

    2023 Web Accessibility Lawsuit Trends and Insights

    Web accessibility is no longer just a buzzword for the tech-savvy; it has become a crucial aspect of every online business. The surge in ADA-related lawsuits in 2023 serves as a wake-up call for website owners, developers, and digital marketers. Ignorance is no longer bliss, and understanding the trends can be the key to safeguarding […]

  • Unwrap Web Accessibility: A Gift for All Shoppers

    Unwrap Web Accessibility: A Gift for All Shoppers

    ‘Tis the season of joy, laughter, and, of course, holiday shopping! As the holiday spirit fills the air, retailers are gearing up to capture their share of the holiday shopping extravaganza. But in the midst of the twinkling lights, festive decor, and holiday cheer, there’s an aspect you may be overlooking – web accessibility. To […]

  • Web Accessibility: The Wayfair Example

    Web Accessibility: The Wayfair Example

    Wayfair, one of the internet’s leading home goods and furniture retailers, was hit with another class action lawsuit in June. The lawsuit alleged that the company’s website was not accessible to legally blind customers. In this legal action, Seana Cromitie, a visually impaired woman, claimed that she encountered accessibility issues while attempting to purchase a […]

  • What Is An Accessibility Statement?

    What Is An Accessibility Statement?

    You are making your website’s content accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. But how do you let them know? An accessibility statement is a way to show your commitment to web accessibility. It provides your users with information about your accessibility plans, letting them know what to expect and what steps they can […]

  • Creating Web Accessible Links

    Creating Web Accessible Links

    The Internet has always been about connectivity. The links that crisscross every site play a vital role in guiding users as they explore the online realm. As one of the most basic elements of web accessibility, hyperlinks help users navigate to another page to access different types of digital content. While creating hyperlinks is easy, […]

  • The ADA’s New Shift Towards Web Accessibility

    The ADA’s New Shift Towards Web Accessibility

    In an age where our online and offline worlds are increasingly intertwined, ensuring web accessibility for all is not just a matter of convenience—it’s a matter of civil rights. Enter the U.S. Department of Justice, which is poised to take a monumental step toward making the virtual world more inclusive. As they gear up to […]

  • Heading Towards Web Accessible Content

    Heading Towards Web Accessible Content

    Content is the backbone of your website. You’ve crafted a brilliant website or churned out stellar content, but have you ever paused to consider if everyone can access and experience it? If your website’s content is not easy to find, navigate, and consume, you risk losing visitors and potential earnings. The importance of having web […]

  • Understanding the New California Assembly Bill

    Understanding the New California Assembly Bill

    Web accessibility is a topic that’s gaining significant traction in the digital landscape. If you’re a website owner, it’s essential to be aware of the ongoing changes in legislation, particularly the New California Assembly Bill. Why? Because these changes have the potential to affect your online business directly. The New California Assembly Bill is a […]

  • An Insight On 2023 Digital Accessibility Lawsuits

    An Insight On 2023 Digital Accessibility Lawsuits

    Navigating the online marketplace as a business owner has never been more intricate. The echoing chime of “web accessibility lawsuit” has grown louder this year, and for many, the threat of a web accessibility lawsuit looms large.  Web accessibility, once a buzzword for the tech-savvy, is now a focal point for every online entrepreneur. And […]

  • Does Your Image Need Alt Text to be Web Accessible?

    Does Your Image Need Alt Text to be Web Accessible?

    Images are the bread and butter for any website. You put a lot of time and effort into creating engaging visual content for your audiences. But that’s only half of the battle — making your content accessible to as many people as possible is the other half.  Despite the accelerated pace of the digital era, […]