ADA Compliance: What’s the Basic Defense Strategy?

A basic approach and strategy to avoid or defend an ADA lawsuit for a non-compliant website or mobile app that is not accessible to users with disabilities.

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ADA Compliance: Do You Really Need to “Remove Barriers” in a Website?

This is post #23 in the ADA Compliance Series, which aims to outline a structure for validating and justifying a claim of “ADA compliance” for.

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ADA Compliance: Why Does the Definition of “Compliant” Seem to Change Over Time?

Feel like ADA compliance is a moving target? Here’s 4 big reasons why your approach to digital accessibility needs to be flexible.

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ADA Compliance: Isn’t This Just a One Time Fix?

Learn why ADA compliance for your website isn’t just a one time fix, and why it’s so important to change how you do business.

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ADA Compliance: The ADA Compliant Website

Our view of the three things that make a website ADA Compliant.

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ADA Compliance: How Do You Test for Effective Communication?

This post outlines a series of tests you can perform to determine if a system provides effective communication for people with disabilities.

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ADA Compliance: How Do You Test Full and Equal Access for a Website?

An overview of the two core questions we seek to answer to determine if a site provides full and equal access for users with disabilities.

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ADA Compliance: What’s Covered? What’s Not?

An overview of which sections of a website are covered under ADA Title III requirements and which most likely are not.

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ADA Compliance: How Does the ADA Apply to a Website?

This is post #16 in the ADA Compliance Series, which aims to outline a structure for validating and justifying a claim of “ADA compliance” for.

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ADA Compliance: What About Privacy Implications?

An overview of the implications of inaccessible terms of use and privacy banners on a website.

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