What in the World is WCAG 2.0 AA?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) . . .

This is more important than just being an obscure identifier of some technological process.

It is the criteria by which you could be sued
if you do not comply.

WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines determine if your website follows the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. That’s right, your website must meet certain benchmarks to be considered compliant and able to be searched by a
person with a disability.

There are law firms that are scouring the internet looking for non-ADA compliant websites. When they do find one a lawsuit follows. Major companies and even small businesses have fallen victim to their suits and the payouts can be in the five and six-figure range.

The cost of being caught with a non-compliant website does not stop with a court judgement. Settlements always include fixing the site which sometimes means a complete rebuild.

Lorraine Gregory Communications can identify the ADA violations on your website and make the fixes necessary to bring you into compliance and avoid legal action.

The process is easy, and the cost is inexpensive.

Need More Information about WCAG 2.0 AA?

Read Lorraine Gregory Communications CEO Greg Demetriou’s blog post on this important topic.

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For more information, contact Peter Spalding at 631.694.1500 Ext. 204,
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