Electronic ADA Compliance

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Pixels automatically follows basic Accessibility rules when building a new site but there are standards set forth by the WAI for total compliance. We can upgrade your existing web site to make it fully ADA compliant.

Beware of compliance law-suits

Please note, unless you’ve been served a law suit for this already, you may not know. Recently, Domino’s Pizza has been the focus of a suit for not having an ADA compliant web site. (See a common source: CNBC Article).


We found out that attorneys nationwide are jumping on this trend and sending copy & paste law suits out. Their hope isn’t necessarily to win but rather settle for easy payout.

e-ADA Compliance 1) We start with a scan of the site. The scan highlights compliance issues. 2) Next we address those compliance issues, piece by piece, for the first time. The setup is tedious but only needs to be done the first time. 3) Afterwards, we will scan check your site every 24 hours and automatically make adjustments to the data on the back-end to keep the site ADA compliant. We use an advanced software to do this. You may do updates/edits to your site without having to redo any Accessibility along the way nor any extra charges. . . . . . . . . After we setup the initial site integration then we can set the automatic features of our software. These are really robust automatic features: automatic font scaling, color modes (monochrome/saturation adjustments), auto-OCR for readers, Image Zoom, pop-up Keyboard with large buttons for submission forms, automatic language translation (by drop down selection), auto-scans images for description, built-in site search (anywhere we allow) for voice navigation, and more. Below is the gist of standards the WAI check for: 1.    Web content should be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers or other assistive technologies.
2.    Businesses that fall under Title I, those that operate 20 or more weeks per year with at least 15 full-time employees, or Title III, those that fall under the category of “public accommodation,” are covered by the ADA.
·         Guideline 1: Provide equivalent alternatives to auditory and visual content
·         Guideline 2: Don’t rely on color alone
·         Guideline 3: Use markup and style sheets, and do so properly
·         Guideline 4: Clarify natural language usage
·         Guideline 5: Create tables that transform gracefully
·         Guideline 6: Ensure that pages featuring new technologies transform gracefully
·         Guideline 7: Ensure user control of time sensitive content changes
·         Guideline 8: Ensure direct accessibility of embedded user interfaces
·         Guideline 9: Design for device independence
·         Guideline 10: User interim solutions
·         Guideline 11: Use W3C technologies and guidelines
·         Guideline 12: Provide context and orientation information
·         Guideline 13: Provide clear navigation mechanisms
·         Guideline 14: Ensure that documents are clear and simple WCAG 2.1 AA, ADA, Section 508, EN 301549 compliance service
Accessibility statement and certification of performance
Daily automated compliance monitoring scans
Automatic AI Powered Audits
Automatic 96%+ success rate AI-powered remediation
Automatic monthly cloud updates
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