When it comes to online inclusivity, we have work to do.
The ADA guaranteed “just and equal access” for individuals with disabilities. Yet the majority of websites are created with accessibility barriers. The internet is broken for tens of millions. So when it comes to online inclusivity, we have work left to do.
We’re raising awareness – and raising the stakes – to ensure equal access for all.
What's next for digital accessibility?
We've made great strides since signing the ADA into law 30 years ago, yet 98% of the most popular web pages remain inaccessible for millions of individuals with disabilities. So what's next? Read more in our blog The ADA in retrospect: How far have we come, and what’s next for digital accessibility?
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Make an impression.
"No matter what I want to do, I can do because of the ADA. It's that level of access we want to extend to the digital world too."
"The ADA made it possible for me to enjoy the same physical freedoms. Now, it's time to make the online world accessible, too."
Barrier-free access to digital content is critical. But for some, navigating the online world is full of barriers and blockers.
Trying to stay up to date on the latest digital accessibility requirements, trends and hot topics? Read our blog and news.
Want to know more about the ADA, WCAG, Section 508, Unruh and more? Read more about legal compliance.
What do our customers have to say about their journey to digital accessibility? Read our customer stories.
Join the movement.
Whether you create, manage or develop digital content for a mom-and-pop or enterprise corporation, ensuring that your content is accessible opens your products and services to the tens of millions of individuals living with a disability.
This level of inclusivity is what the ADA set out to accomplish 30 years ago, and what AudioEye is accomplishing today. Will you join us?