Protect Your Organization from Predatory Lawsuits AND Help Make the Internet More Accessible to Everyone

Website accessibility certification is a win-win

The expert team at Online ADA will review your site for compliance and officially certify your website as digitally compliant, per the federally-recognized Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 as well as Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Rehabilitation Act.

After your site is certified you’ll receive a digital badge for your website that links back to our validation site as well as a printed certificate that is both time stamped and hand signed.

Imagine the peace of mind you’ll have knowing that your website has been thoroughly audited, fixed, and officially certified as WCAG 2.0 compliant by the country’s leading voice on digital accessibility. You focus on what you do best, and leave the complexities of compliance to us.

Please note: Due to a large increase in law firms threatening non-compliance lawsuits across the country, there is incredible demand for Digital Accessibility Compliance right now. We are only able to audit and certify about 100 websites per month. Schedule your audit now.

If your organization has a website, you need to be digitally accessible, period.

Times have changed, and in 2017 the federal government announced that starting in 2018 they would adopt the globally-recognized WCAG 2.0 checklist standard. This is the checklist that matters, and it’s complex.

If your website is visible to the public in any way, you need to be digitally accessible. We’re quickly moving to a world where digital accessibility is just as important as wheelchair ramps and accessible bathrooms.

You know that your site needs to be compliant, but you don’t know where to start. Digital accessibility is messy and complex. You’ve heard acronyms and words such as “WCAG,” “WAI ARIA,” “Section 508” and don’t know how to make sense of it all in terms of updating your website. Even the most experienced of web developers have a steep learning curve when it comes to building compliant websites.

We’ll take care of the complexity of Digital Accessibility Compliance and you can rest assured, and rest proudly, knowing that your website has been time-stamped and officially certified as ADA Compliant.

Easily Meet Compliance

You know that your site needs to be compliant, but you don’t know where to start. Digital accessibility is messy and complex. You’ve heard acronyms and words such as “WCAG,” “WAI ARIA,” “Section 508” and don’t know how to make sense of it all in terms of updating your website. Even the most experienced of web developers have a steep learning curve when it comes to building compliant websites.

We’ll take care of the complexity of Digital Accessibility Compliance and you can rest assured, and rest proudly, knowing that your website has been time-stamped and officially certified as ADA Compliant.

Get Your Certificate of Compliance

With a time-stamped, independent third-party Certification of Compliance, you’ll help protect yourself against threatening lawsuits and help people with disabilities at the same time. You’ll have an incredible sense of peace of mind knowing that you’ve entrusted the complexity of Digital Accessibility Compliance to a team who specializes in it. And lastly, you’ll feel great knowing that you’ve done the right thing by ensuring that your website is accessible to everyone.

Once your site is certified, you’ll receive a dynamic badge that can be added to the website. It will show the time-stamped date of compliance and will link to a digital Certificate of Compliance, unique to your organization. You will also receive a printed and hand-signed Certificate of Compliance. There is no better peace of mind available, anywhere.

A Few Brands That Count On Us:

Bethel School District
Horizon Community Bank
Jiffy Junk
3 Day Suit Broker

Why should I get my site Accessibility Certified?

If there’s anything we’ve learned after helping hundreds of clients across the US with their digital accessibility needs, it’s this: Digital Accessibility Compliance is difficult to achieve and hard to understand. To add another layer of complexity, website accessibility is fluid — there are gray areas and special considerations to interpret. When an independent third party audits your website and time-stamp certifies it as compliant and meeting federal regulation, all of that pressure comes off your shoulders.

Who can we help?

Businesses | Nonprofits | Government Organizations

Make sure you internalize this next sentence: If you have a website in 2018, your website needs to meet the federally-adopted WCAG 2.0 compliance requirements. In addition to federal regulations, some states are also writing their own legislation in 2018, requiring digital accessibility compliance. Just as things like wheelchair ramps and accessible bathrooms are required, so is digital compliance. Do not delay. Do not open yourself to lawsuits. Do not settle a lawsuit for an obscene amount of money when digital compliance certification is now available.

What’s the process?

The process is transparent and straightforward. Our accessibility-trained, in-house developers will scan and manually audit your site for compliance. If your site isn’t compliant, we’ll provide a bullet-point list of everything that’s wrong. Fix the issues yourself or hire one of our preferred agency partners to do the work for you. When everything is resolved, bring the site back to us and we’ll audit and certify the site as compliant.

Then, you’ll receive a digital badge to display on your website and a hand-signed certificate to verify your compliance. 

Don’t Delay

Every day that passes is another day that leaves you vulnerable to a threatening letter or lawsuit from a predatory law firm. The cost of certifying your site is nominal compared to the cost of hiring a law firm and settling a lawsuit. Do not wait another day. This is the peace of mind you’ve been looking for. Actively working toward accessibility and getting your site certified is credible defense to mitigate litigation.