What is ADA Compliance?

Make your website accessible to all.

ADA compliance stands for Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. ADA regulations say websites should be usable for people with disabilities as they make up about 20% of the population.

To be compliant, your website must include features that can help someone that may have trouble using your website.  Some of those features include making the text bigger, inverting the colors, and increasing contrast, saturation, and brightness. If you have a WordPress website (Shopify too), free plugins are available to help make your website accessible but only a paid premium service will make sure your website is 100% compliant. If not, your website is legally at risk.

If you have a WordPress website, free plugins are available to help make your website accessible but only a paid premium service will make sure your website is 100% compliant. If not, your website is at risk.

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Magda Juarez

Magda Juarez

Hello! 👋 I'm a homeschooling momma, creative thinker, and Dreamer turned Designer. I focus on designing amazing WordPress websites and creating brand identities for small businesses. I'm passionate about bringing ideas to life and helping businesses establish their digital presence. When I'm not immersed in pixels and vectors, you'll find me on a quest to live a purposeful and meaningful life—spreading good vibes and encouraging others to express their creativity!

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