Website Accessibility and ADA Compliance Training for Your Business
Learn Why Accessibility Matters, Web Accessibility Guidelines, and How to Handle ADA Complaints
We are entering the age of the professional internet. As processes have moved online and people rely more on the web, there are new and higher expectations for online businesses - in accessibility just as with security and privacy. Now, people have always set these expectations, deciding what websites or apps to use and spend their dollars on. Each person deserves equal access to a website or app.
But, businesses now operate in an in an environment facing constant threat from a whole class of private lawyers empowered to file complaints and extract settlements. Small businesses are treated as tech companies - that have the technical resources to immediately fix their website, and remove accessibility barriers.
Most accessibility barriers are due to early flaws - flaws that could have been prevented by business owners choosing the right website platform for their organization and understanding the diverse ways that people will use their website.
Be Accessible Inc. is an accessibility corporation based in Los Angeles that makes websites and mobile apps accessible to all users. Moreover, they help organizations create inclusive online experiences and achieve compliance goals – whether it’s a one-person business or has a team of developers. Be Accessible is organizing a FREE website accessibility and ADA compliance seminar (regularly priced at $1,500) in Glendale, CA on June 25th, 2019 at 6:30pm. More details about this seminar can be found @ https://beaccessibleinc.eventbrite.com. Participants from all industries will learn why accessibility matters, web accessibility guidelines, how to audit their own website, and how to handle ADA complaints.
Be Accessible provides website auditing and training seminars regularly for organizations. More information can be found on their website @ https://beaccessible.com or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.