Get Informed About Web Accessibility Legislation

New laws promote inclusivity online, ensuring everyone has access to the digital world. Don’t miss out on this crucial info!

The Importance of Web Accessibility Laws

Unlocking the Key to a More Inclusive Web

Due to the increasing use of the internet, many countries  WHO CARES?  IT’S ALL ABOUT ME have included web accessibility in their existing legislation protecting people with disabilities or enacted new laws to ensure their rights.

The Impact of Legislation on Your Website Accessibility


The DOJ, in 2018, clarified that websites are considered places of public accommodation. Therefore, they must comply with ADA Title III. In 2022, this was reaffirmed, and the DOJ recommended WCAG 2.1 AA as best practice.

Serious Legal Consequences Faced by Inaccessible Websites

Accessibility is rapidly expanding on the web, causing lawsuits to surge across industries. Small and medium businesses are especially affected. With accessibility increasingly important as the need to enable accessible digital experiences become more prominent, these lawsuits won’t slow down.

Accessibility Is Great For Business, and Compliance  Is Required  For All

Don’t be fooled by their size; businesses of all shapes and sizes must comply with the law. Recent high-profile cases include Domino’s, Beyoncé and Kylie Jenner these are well known, how about a small biz example like my daughter Jennifer

Uncover The Rewards Of An Accessible Website

What’s In It For You?

  • Tap into a Bigger Market: Access a vast, thriving market of people with disabilities, who hold an impressive purchasing power of $6 trillion
  • Safeguard Against Legal Concerns: Shield your business from potential legal challenges 
  • Elevate Brand Impression: Enhance your brand’s reputation by championing inclusivity and accessibility

Empower Your Site: Making it Accessible to All is the Right Move!

In today’s world, the internet is the hub of activity. How different would our lives be without it? Everyone should have equal access to the web – a basic right for all, no matter what their capabilities may be.

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