Protect your schools from ADA complaints

Our team has the knowledge and expertise to prevent accessibility complaints and resolve them quickly.

We’ve done our homework.

Check out our explainer video on what it means to be ADA compliant:

It’s all in the details.

Small details like font color and image can make the difference between being compliant and receiving a complaint. Here’s how we protect you:

Keyboard navigation.

Many users who lack fine motor control use only their keyboard to navigate websites. Our designs work with keyboard navigation.

How we do it:
  • Tab to content
  • No menu traps
  • Clean and consistent design
Keyboard navigation for ada compliance
Websites designed for screen readers, a requirement from the OCR
Screen Reader Friendly.

Screen readers transform the visual web into spoken words, creating accessibility for blind people. If your website can't be understood by a screen readers, you'll face major compliance issues. With clear navigation menus and image descriptions, our websites play nice with screen readers.

How we do it:
  • Images labeled with "alt-tags"
  • Descriptive links
  • Logical page navigation
Readable text.

For people with low vision or colorblindness, the readability of text makes a big impact. All text on our websites are large and font colors contrast with their background.

How we do it:
  • WCAG approved color contrast
  • Beautiful, clean, and modern fonts
  • Large text on any device
GOOD CONTRAST Poor Contrast Poor Contrast Poor Contrast
We’ll guide you through an Office for Civil Rights complaint.

Getting a letter from the OCR can be scary. It doesn't have to be. Check out our explainer on the OCR process.

We've guided many customers through the OCR process from creating a resolution plan, to training, to redesigns. Our team has even interviewed OCR lawyers across the country to make sure you are protected from any future complaints. We've got your back.