ADA Compliant
website design

accessible & inclusive by design

The digital accessibility landscape has shifted significantly, driven by rise in both interest and litigation related to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance for websites. But ADA compliant web design isn’t just about avoiding legal pitfalls. It’s about unlocking opportunities, connecting with nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and enhancing your business’s reach and influence. Schedule a call with one of Organiq Media’s ADA certified web design specialists to confirm your site’s compliance status today.

digital accessibility & compliance services

At Organiq Media, ADA compliance is the cornerstone of every website we design. For us, accessibility isn’t an add-on, it’s the DNA of our design ethos. We know that navigating the ins and outs of website compliance can be overwhelming, but our team is here to guide you. Schedule an accessibility review of your company’s website with one of our certified ADA specialists today.

Our ADA Website Compliance Services include:

  • WCAG 2.1 AA, ADA, Section 508, EN 301549 compliance
  • Text Alternatives for non-text content
  • Keyboard Accessibility (ensuring that your website is fully navigable using a keyboard)
  • Screen reader compatibility
  • Ongoing compliance
  • And more

By bolstering your website’s accessibility through ADA compliant web design, you’re opening your digital doors wider, welcoming an ever-broadening audience.

the organiq approach to accessible, ada compliant web design

With the spotlight of the 2023 Supreme Court case on ADA tester rights and potential implications for businesses, the necessity for website compliance has become indisputable. By bolstering your website’s accessibility through ADA compliant web design, you’re opening your digital doors wider and welcoming an ever-broadening audience. The Organiq approach to website accessibility includes, but isn’t limited to:


 We adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to ensure ADA-compliant web design. This covers everything from text formatting to site structure giving us a roadmap to ensure your site is legally sound and user-friendly.

Accessible by Design

A website that’s navigable for all users, including those with visual and physical impairments, is crucial for accessibility. We leverage WCAG guidelines to optimize site design for a seamless user experience.

Code Clean up and Optimization

Clean, up-to-date coding is essential for ADA compliance. Users with disabilities may use special browsers or tools to interact with your website, and clean, optimized code ensures their tools function correctly.

Accessibility Testing

Our ADA-certified developers audit, optimize, and test ADA compliance and accessibility: Cross browser / device compatibility, common plugins/apps for people with disabilities; screenreader compatibility and more.

Ongoing Compliance Updates

ADA compliance and website accessibility guidelines change frequently. Keep your website compliant with our ongoing ADA services to ensure your site meets evolving accessibility standards.

ADA Lawsuits: Is your website at risk?

The digital landscape is evolving and with it, the need for ADA-compliant web design has risen significantly. In March 2023, the US Supreme Court chose to hear a case centered around ADA “testers” and their right to sue over alleged website accessibility violations. This decision could pave the way for far-reaching implications for all businesses and industries with an online presence.

While the Americans With Disabilities Act doesn’t explicitly lay out web design standards, it does emphasize the importance of inclusivity. It stipulates that no one should be barred from accessing publicly-available products or services, and this includes websites. The number of lawsuits filed against non-compliant websites has surged dramatically over the past decade. For example, in 2018, over 2000 ADA website lawsuits were filed, marking a 50% increase from the previous year. These lawsuits target a wide range of companies, from retail giants like Home Depot, to chain restaurants like Dominos Pizza, to small-scale enterprises like local shoe stores and realtors.

Between 2020 and 2023, numerous landmark cases related to ADA compliance and websites have come into play, including the “tester” case that has reached the US Supreme Court. In 2020 alone, the U.S. Department of Justice set a record by filing nearly 11,000 ADA Title III lawsuits, affecting both large and small businesses.

While these suits can be daunting for businesses, they also present an opportunity to refine your online presence to better serve customers with disabilities and potentially reduce future legal exposure. A more inclusive website doesn’t just benefit a small group of individuals; it allows you to engage a wider audience. Remember, the main goal is not just to avoid lawsuits, but to provide an equally accessible and enjoyable experience for all users. After all, an inclusive and accessible internet is better for everyone.

  an ada compliant website isn’t optional, it’s the law.

Book a consultation with an ADA-certified web designer at Organiq Media. We’ll assess your company website’s ADA compliance level and guide you towards improved accessibility if needed.