Make your website accessible for everyone with ADA compliance.

Public spaces like your school website should be accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to resolve and guide you through OCR complaints to make your school website ADA compliant.

Watch our explainer video on what it means to be ADA compliant.

How does ADA website compliance work?

The ADA protects people with disabilities from discrimination, including those with auditory, visual, motor, and cognitive impairments. For those with disabilities, small details like font color and images can make the difference between an intelligible and a frustrating online experience. Here’s how we address these categories to make sure your school website is ADA compliant.

Keyboard navigation

Navigating a website with a mouse can be impossible for those who lack fine motor skills. Our designs function with keyboard navigation.


  • Allowing users to easily maneuver a website using the tab key
  • Never trapping a user in a pop-up menu or form
  • Keeping the design clean and consistent
Keyboard navigation


We’re used to consuming audio and video on a day-to-day basis, but this content excludes people who are deaf or have hearing loss. Your websites and apps should include subtitles and a full transcript for all of your podcasts, recorded lectures, and videos.


  • Include subtitles
  • Include a full transcript

Screen reader accessibility

Some people with visual impairments use screen readers to read your website. Screen readers take information from your website’s HTML to convert visual text into spoken words. If your website can’t be understood by screen readers, you may face compliance issues. Our websites have clear navigation menus and image descriptions that play nice with screen readers.


  • Labeling our images with “alt-tags” — a piece of code that describes images
  • Having descriptive links that tell users where they are going when they click
  • Designing pages in a logical and intuitive way

Readable content

Design and layout make a huge impact on how well people with some types of vision impairments can read your text. Our ADA compliant websites feature large text with font colors that contrast with the background.


  • Designing with beautiful, clean, and modern fonts that are easy to read
  • Ensuring that color contrast is WCAG approved
  • Creating responsive websites that display large text on any device

Just the right text size
and color contrast

We’ll guide you through an
Office for Civil Rights complaint.

Getting a letter from the OCR can be scary and confusing, but it doesn't have to be. From creating a resolution plan to completely redesigning your website and app, we have guided many customers through the OCR process. We've even interviewed OCR lawyers across the country to make sure you are protected from future complaints.

To learn more about the OCR, watch our explainer video here.