For millions of individuals seeking equal access, the web is broken. If not coded properly, a website may not work for all users.
The Bureau of Internet Accessibility (BoIA) is committed to making its website usable by all people by meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA).
A lot of companies are not aware of the fact that their websites are not ADA compliant. ADA compliance is important for a number of reasons.
Make-Sense - Web Accessibility Solutions is an international cutting edge technology company with a web accessibility solutions suite based on unique algorithms. Make-Sense has established and developed a full accessibility solution suite that enables any website to be accessible to people with disabilities.
Websites need to be just as accessible as ATMs, elevators, terminals and other user interfaces.
Our internal process ensures accurate, accessible, and useable documents. Every converted HTML document goes through a rigorous, standardized process to ensure quality. Our accessibility experts complete the necessary encoding and markup after the document(s) are reviewed by one of our Senior Project Managers.
A ComplianceShield certificate is an excellent starting point to begin your website compliance effort. This will inform site visitors that you are aware of, and care about, accessibility and access for the disabled. It also serves as a shield in deterring opportunistic lawyers and frivolous lawsuits.
BoIA testing is conducted on digital assets of site and are in accordance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0 A/AA). In addition to specific page testing BoIA develops custom use cases which tests the sequence of steps required to accomplish an activity. WCAG 2.0 A/AA has 12 guidelines that are categorized by...
Richard Chapo · · The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed more than a quarter-century ago, but even today many smaller businesses struggle to meet the requirement that their "public accommodations" be available to those with disabilities. Get ready to struggle even more.
Our private sector clients often ask us about what is the target set of requirements...