Automated ADA Compliance Checker, Accessibility Evaluation Tool: Report Released

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WMappDigital has released a report on American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance for business owners wanting to avoid web accessibility lawsuits.

The latest piece from WMappDigital also provides details on the benefits of having an ADA-compliant website, such as increasing online traffic, improved customer satisfaction, and a higher number of repeat customers.

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Recent statistics from the US Census Bureau report that there are approximately 56.7 million Americans with some form of disability, accounting for almost $500 billion in annual spending. Despite these figures and the ruling that the ADA encompasses online spaces as well as physical stores, many businesses are yet to make their websites more accessible.

“Accessibility lawsuits don’t only apply to big brands; more and more small businesses are getting sued,” the author said. “It is unfortunate that most small business owners are not aware of website accessibility requirements until it’s too late.”

WMappDigital’s report explores the financial impact of not having an ADA-compliant website on a business and how to update it.

Readers of the report will learn various crucial statistics regarding the browsing behaviors of web users with disabilities, such as the fact that 71% will immediately leave a website that is not accessible to them. Furthermore, the report outlines the potential advantages of an ADA-compliant site, including a 90% chance of repeat custom due to the ease of use it offers.

The report also highlights the challenges presented by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. These requirements mean that a site must adhere to the needs of those with deafness, blindness, and speech disabilities as well as other learning, cognitive, and physical disabilities.

In the report, business owners who want a streamlined solution for improving the accessibility of their company’s website will also find details about software that can simplify the compliance process. This includes an AI-enabled widget, which can be integrated into an existing website to enable a range of customizable accessibility features such as a screen reader, font adjustments, video captioning, and voice navigation controls.

The author added that with this type of software, business owners can avoid unnecessary legal risk, hefty fines, and bad publicity, as well as ensure continuous profitability.

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