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April, 24 2022

WCAG Principle #3: Understandable

The ADA, or the Americans with Disabilities Act, helps develop laws, regulations, and design standards to ensure our society is…

March, 04 2022

ADA Website Design Compliance for Lawyer Websites: Your Complete Guide

All government agency websites must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). While there are no specific technological rules…

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January, 07 2022

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Principle #2: Operable

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) helps protect people with disabilities from discrimination at work and in other areas of…

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December, 10 2021

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Principle #1: Perceivable

WCAG 2.0 Guidelines for Website Accessibility In the years since the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), companies…

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August, 13 2021

Is My Website ADA Compliant? 2022 Checklist and Guide

If you are trying to improve your law firm sites, then you need to pay attention to ADA compliance for…

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July, 23 2021

Common ADA Compliance Mistakes to Avoid

Law firm websites must be designed with features that are accessible to people with a disability or other severe impairment…

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May, 21 2021

ADA Compliance: Forms

The Americans with Disabilities Act is meant to make navigating public spaces easier for people with disabilities—and as it turns…

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April, 09 2021

ADA Compliance & Engagement

3 Simple Tips to Meet ADA Compliance & Boost Engagement What is ADA Compliance, why is it important? When you…

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March, 26 2021

ADA Compliance: Use of Color

Using specific law firm colors on your website can be among the most fun and creative decisions when building attorney…

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