ADA and Section 508 compliance are always part of our RFP response, and a significant factor in website design and content development.
However, we understand that many public sector sites were not created with these guidelines in mind, or have not been updated to keep pace with new accessibility standards, including those that went into effect in 2017.
Available Now: Website ADA Compliance Testing
If you have any concerns or uncertainty about your site’s compliance, our ADA experts can answer your questions.
This program is ideal for:
- Web managers
- Communication officers
- Managers responsible for public websites
Our ADA experts will conduct a thorough review of every aspect of your website and online presence, and meet with you to review the results.
Strategies and Best Practices for Accountability
We’ll explain what you need to know about the legal requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the recently updated Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
We will then review the common pervasive issues on your website, as well as the best ways to fix them. This will likely include:
- File naming convention for document files and URLs
- PDF documents
- Social media content
ADA Website Compliance Training/Maintenance
360Civic will provide guidance on how to spot and fix common accessibility issues, and train content creators for ongoing governance.
We also offer a maintenance/monitoring service that regularly evaluates your site so that any changes/updates will be checked for compliance.
We've created a whitepaper that focuses on the strategy of ADA compliance, usability and related laws, and how they apply to design and user experience. Download ADA for Public Sector Websites: Why Compliance is Essential And What is Required to Achieve It.