ADA Title II: Who Must Be Compliant with New Website Accessibility Rule?

State and local governments must comply with the various requirements under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Generally, Title II prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and the new web accessibility rule published by the Department of Justice (DOJ) sets out specifically what must be done in terms of accessibility (WCAG … Read more

Web Content Exceptions Under New ADA Title II Digital Accessibility Rule

Under the updated ADA Title II, not all web content must immediately be WCAG 2.1 AA conformant. The exceptions are designed to allow governments to focus first on making the most critical and frequently used content accessible. Let’s go over the five exceptions as named in the DOJ’s web rule Fact Sheet. Archived Web Content … Read more

How to Budget for Costs of ADA Title II Web Accessibility Compliance

Creating a comprehensive budget for compliance with the new web accessibility rule under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is critical for ensuring that your digital assets meet the necessary standards without overextending your financial resources. This detailed guide will provide practical cost expectations and cost-effective planning and execution of your web … Read more

How to Become Compliant with New ADA Title II Website Accessibility Rule

Many state and law governments covered by Title II are unfamiliar with digital accessibility. In this guide, we’ll cover the important considerations and steps to take to become compliant with the recently published ADA Title II Website Accessibility Rule. Standards Under the new ADA Title II, all digital assets and content must conform with WCAG … Read more