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Why Your Website needs to be ADA Accessible to those with Disabilities – Landon Shefts

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) require web properties to be accessible to those with disabilities. Websites that do not comply can be subject to legal claims, with lawsuits increasing 300% in 2021 alone.

Both large corporate and small business websites have been sued, resulting in out-of-court settlements, legal fees, and significant dedication of time.

There are numerous softwares available to make websites compliant quickly and easily, but they differ widely in functionality and protections. Our guest describes the law, the legal environment, and how his product increases business and addresses visitors with visual and hearing impairments, cognitive disabilities, and motor impairments.

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Landon is the Partner Success Manager for accessiBe, an automated solution with a mission to make the internet accessible to people with disabilities by 2025. Businesses across the country are subject to demand letters and lawsuits because their website isn't ADA compliant. Landon helps you learn how to easily and affordably make sure people with disabilities have access to your website.

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