Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

If your business has a website, you can be sued for not being ADA accessible.

Motorhead Digital offered guidance in 2019 on making your online presence compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act to protect your business from a potential lawsuit. Four years later, businesses are still under fire for non-compliant websites.

The 1990 legislation prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities and businesses from putting up communication barriers that restrict access for all.

For people who use assistive devices online (such as screen readers, Braille output devices, or interactive voiceover software), if they find your website is not accessible using their device, they may be forced to leave the website, lodge a complaint or initiate litigation against you.

To help protect your business from exposure to a potential lawsuit, Motorhead Digital created a simple guide to making your website ADA compliant.

Click here to read the full article.

A.J. Hecht

A.J. Hecht is the managing editor of THE SHOP and host of the In Gear with THE SHOP podcast. Have an idea, a tip, or a question you’d like to see answered? Contact A.J. at

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