5 Tips to Make Your Web Accessible #infographic

5 Tips to Make Your Web Accessible

The 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a U.S. non-discrimination law that provides access to goods, services such as transportation, education, job opportunities, public housing, communications, and government activities for all persons with disabilities such as walking, seeing, hearing, communicating, or any form of disability. The civil rights law prohibits discrimination against persons with disabilities and ensures that those individuals have the same rights and opportunities as all others.

If you're curious about whether websites fall under the ADA, the United States will. Justice Department enforces ADA laws governing state and local government facilities (Title II) and consistently interpreted (Title III) to include websites as public places of accommodation, while (Title I) often allows businesses of 15 or more workers to comply. Thus the ADA, in conjunction with Section 508, serves as the accessibility laws of the United States.

5 Tips to Make Your Web Accessible #infographic

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