ADA Compliant Accessible Website Design Guideline Comprehensive Report Released

Photo of author

Informargin Accessibility Group has published a unique, comprehensive report on how to make a website ADA compliant. It helps businesses avoid lawsuits and give people with disabilities access to their websites.

Informargin Accessibility Group has released a unique report outlining guidelines to design a website fully compliant with ADA requirements. It aims to help business owners avoid penalties and fines incurred for failing to follow the ADA compliance guidelines.

More information is available at

The American Disabilities Act, developed in 1990, is designed to give people with disabilities the same opportunities as other society members. This rule applies to both physical and digital spaces, which means websites are required to be accessible to people with disabilities regarding vision, hearing, or other physical capacities.

Although there are many guidelines available online to specify what businesses are supposed to do to make their websites ADA compliant, most fail to capture every detail. The report released by Informargin Accessibility Group is a complete resource that has covered all the regulatory nuances of ADA compliance.

This exclusive report discusses the consequences of violating the ADA compliance requirements, which are not only financial costs. Losing customers with disabilities to accessible competitors or having to delete documents on the website are among many problems that could arise if a website is not designed for people with disabilities.

The report clarifies what businesses are specifically vulnerable and need to take immediate action to avoid lawsuits by a dissatisfied customer with disabilities. It also provides a how-to guide to eliminate problems that happen commonly across different businesses.

According to this report, 98% of American websites do not meet accessibility requirements for people with disabilities, even at a basic level. It clearly defines how websites can check if they are accessible or not by providing a detailed checklist. According to the report, there are three compliance levels and specifies the steps to go from level 1 to level 3.

Many case studies are described that went through a lawsuit due to accessibility problems. The report covers every detail that could cause an accessibility issue, offering solutions for each problem.

This unique report compares the most significant accessibility providers to clarify what measures they have taken. It also features a widget that helps business owners get their websites “off the radar.”

Interested parties can obtain this exclusive report updated for 2020 at the above URL.