How Do I Know if My Website or App is Compliant?
Currently, there are no clear website or app accessibility guidelines, but this doesn’t protect businesses from litigation. Businesses falling under Title I or Title III “must provide an accessible website that accommodates users with disabilities.” (Business News Daily) While there are no set standards, there are many tools that can scan your website for compliance issues and offer suggestions on how to improve your site to make it accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers, or other assistive technologies. While the changes may not be easy and they may take time to accomplish, there are penalties associated with the ADA, including lawsuits, financial penalties, and loss of brand reputation. (Business News Daily)