The Americans With Disabilities Act and the Internet were both created at about the same time in the early 1990’s. Due to the timing, there are no clear regulations describing what businesses need to do to make their websites accessible. In the absence of official guidelines, a group of web experts created a set of Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) that have been widely adopted as best practices for making websites accessible to people with disabilities.

We promote creating websites compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS, allowing them to display correctly in both current and future browsers. By using the most current web accessibility evaluation tool (WAVE), we strive to follow the WCAG 2.1 Level AA Guidelines throughout our audited sites. We suggest yearly accessibility audits to actively increase both accessibility and usability of websites.