Across the websites, looking at the top 125 pages and PDF’s – and bearing in mind the dealing of end of September with 98% of the pages failing Level A Accessibility, still some way to go. Suggest worse the complacency, self-comfort with comments such as ‘It’s all OK, CMS says so, we have this tool that says we are doing great’. Time for a reality check!
Bearing in mind 94% of websites are not up to standard, but 71% seem to feel sorted ‘a false sense of security’ you can visit www.AAAtraq.com, to see your compliance milestones and RISK PROFILE, example https://aaatraq.com/risk_profile/risk-summary
What they do at: https://youtu.be/vGzsSppMsiU
Just like there is a need for physical buildings to be ADA-compliant and include accessible entryways and other accommodations, the same needs to be done for websites to make it possible for people with disabilities to more easily navigate a business’ website. Business owners who do not comply with ADA standards regarding websites can expect to come into trouble as lawsuits are on the rise.
shops in California have received emails and letters from a law firm threatening suits over their websites' compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and a California statute. The law firm, representing a blind woman from California, said in the letters that it would seek statutory damages of $4,000 per violation, plus attorney fees and other costs.