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What Are The ADA Requirements For Online Accessibility?

The ADA guidelines are often updated so that businesses can better understand how various disabilities can affect the way that people will interact with websites and digital content. The guidelines also explain why certain barriers can prevent disabled individuals from using or even accessing a website.

With these goals in mind, it is important to note that organizations need to review the guidelines yearly. New technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, are being used to help people with disabilities get the most out of the digital world. The guidelines may also make changes to proven assistive technology like screen readers. If organizations fail to read the latest ADA guidelines, then they will soon discover that their approach to web accessibility is outdated, and they might violate digital accessibility laws.

What Are The Limitations Of Current ADA Guidelines?

The ADA guidelines provide the foundation that organizations need to achieve digital accessibility best approaches. However, the guidelines are not exhaustive. They do not provide direction for all accessibility challenges that people with disabilities face. They also fail to provide detailed technical instructions.

This can often leave businesses feeling like they can identify accessibility issues, but don’t have the right tools to fix the problems. With these limitations in mind, there is a ray of hope.
As of December 2019, the United States Government still considers WCAG 2.0 Level-AA the required standard. The last Title II and Title III of the ADA standards passed in 2010. The DOJ is expected to release new technical standards for digital accessibility to keep up with new technology.

However, the government is likely to embrace WCAG 2.1 standards eventually. The latter updates to the ADA guidelines will reflect WCAG 2.1, which includes the most widely accepted digital accessibility requirements across the globe. If organizations want to overcome the current limitations of ADA guidelines, then they should follow the WCAG 2.1 checklist, as well as the suggestions provided by the ADA.

The latter two steps, combined with the help of a trusted digital accessibility compliance platform, can help organizations achieve digital accessibility best in class standards throughout all of their digital formats and across all media. Following WCAG 2.1 also helps your business follow accessibility laws passed by the city, state, and foreign governments.

enmasseMEDIA launches all of it's website using WCAG 2.1 standards. Maintenance contracts where enmasseMEDIA is soley updating the content of our clients websites are garanteed compliances of these standards. If clients choose to update their own content this ongoing garantee is void and is the sole responsibility of the client to adhere to any ongoing ADA compliance standards. 

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