Is your website accessible to people who use screen readers and other assistive technology? If not, you could be at risk of an ADA-related, digital access lawsuit.
Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits websites from discriminating against people with disabilities. And lawsuits have increased every year over the last decade.
Use AccessXL’s ADA Compliance Checklist to understand your risk.
This is the exact checklist I use when auditing my and my clients’ websites for accessibility issues.
It includes 30 success criteria set by WCAG, the organization responsible for international web accessibility standards. Use it to:
- Check your compliance with WCAG 2.1 Level A requirements
- Identify areas for improvement
- Use as a punch list for improving your web accesssibility