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ADA Compliance Optimization Services

In an increasingly digital world, ensuring that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can access and navigate your digital content is not just a matter of compliance—it's a matter of inclusivity.

At Zfort Group, we specialize in optimizing web and software platforms to be ADA compliant, guaranteeing a better experience for every user and safeguarding your business from potential legal pitfalls.

What Is ADA?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life.

In the digital realm, this means that all websites and apps should be accessible to those with disabilities, from vision and hearing impairments to motor and cognitive challenges.

Why is ADA Compliance Crucial?

ADA compliance isn't just a checkbox—it's an investment in fairness, reputation, and business growth:

Legal Adherence: Non-compliant sites risk costly lawsuits. Stay ahead and secure.

Enhanced User Experience: Cater to a broader audience, ensuring that everyone enjoys your content seamlessly.

Boosted Conversion Rates: Accessible sites witness higher engagement and conversion. Reach out to an untapped market segment with significant purchasing power.

Why Make ADA Compliance Optimization?

Inclusivity and User Experience: By making your website or application ADA compliant, you're ensuring a seamless user experience for a vast range of audiences, including those with disabilities.

Protect Your Brand: A compliant website reflects a responsible brand that values every user. Strengthen your reputation and avoid PR nightmares.

Legal Safety: As accessibility lawsuits rise, being compliant decreases the risk of legal complications and potential financial penalties.

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    ADA Website Compliance: Unlocking Business Benefits

    Maximize Tax Benefits with ADA Compliance Credits and Deductions, Minimize Legal Risks, and Offset Your Website Enhancement Expenditures. You may have come across references to the Section 44 ADA tax credit within the IRS Code. So, what is this ADA tax credit, and is your business positioned to capitalize on it?

    Introduced in 1990, the ADA compliance tax credit was designed to aid small enterprises in dismantling digital barriers that limit individuals with disabilities.

    By making your website ADA-compliant, not only do you foster inclusivity, but you can also recover a significant portion of your costs. This can amount to an ADA tax credit or deduction up to $5,000, contingent upon your overall expenditure.

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    Benefits of an ADA-Compliant Website

    The Section 44 ADA tax credit is available to small businesses that employ fewer than 30 full-time staff and register a total annual revenue of under $1 million. You can benefit from the ADA compliance tax credit, the ADA tax deduction, or potentially both incentives based on your eligibility.

    To harness these financial benefits, you must complete the ADA tax credit form 8826 and adhere to the criteria for any additional tax credits you're pursuing. We recommend collaborating with a tax expert to ensure you qualify for the ADA compliance tax credit and to receive comprehensive guidance when filling out the ADA tax credit form 8826.

    Need to dive deeper into the nuances of Section 44 ADA tax credit? Browse our dedicated blog post that offers a detailed overview of the ADA-compliant website tax credit and comprehensive guidelines on completing the ADA tax credit form 8826.

Benefits of ADA Compliant Websites by Zfort Group:

Inclusive Online Experience: As a brand, your website mirrors your dedication to product quality and customer care. An ADA compliant website showcases your commitment to serving all users.

SStay Within the Law: Non-compliance risks significant legal consequences. The surge in ADA website compliance lawsuits in recent years is testimony to the urgency.

Enhanced Accessibility: With a global audience that includes people with disabilities, an ADA-compliant website ensures everyone can interact with your content equally.

Financial Benefits: Eligible small businesses can reap up to $5,000 in IRS ADA tax credits, which can be used to further enhance website accessibility and other business avenues.

Better Conversions:Catering to a wider audience invariably boosts engagement and conversion rates. Make your website accessible to all and watch your business grow.

Edge Over Competitors: By ensuring ADA compliance, you not only steer clear of potential lawsuits but also get ahead in the competitive market.

Improved SEO:Many SEO components, such as alt tags, captions, and sitemaps, overlap with ADA standards. Ensuring ADA compliance can also elevate your SEO performance. Partner with Zfort Group

ADA Compliance Solutions by Zfort Group

Zfort Group stands as a leading name among ADA compliance firms, offering an extensive range of ADA compliance services. We harness our cutting-edge ADA compliance technology to rectify ADA discrepancies on your site, guarantee WordPress ADA adherence, and align with ADA IRS tax credit prerequisites.

Discover the unique facets of our ADA compliance solutions:

Seizure Safe Functionality

Flashing content, be it animations or videos, poses a risk to users with photosensitive epilepsy.

Zfort Group's compliance tool nullifies these flashes and moderates colors, ensuring a safer browsing experience for all, especially those susceptible to seizures.

Profile for the Visually Impaired

Our dedicated ADA compliance experts refine your site's visual components to cater to the visually challenged, all while complying with ADA tax credit regulations.

This includes optimizing content for screen readers, emphasizing hyperlinks for color-blind users, associating descriptive text with links, and adhering to coding best practices.

Cognitive Disability Features

Our solution comes embedded with assistive tools designed for individuals with cognitive challenges like ADD, dyslexia, and autism.

We incorporate search functionalities powered by Wiktionary and Wikipedia to simplify content comprehension and provide intuitive navigation mechanisms.

ADHD-Specific Profile

Zfort Group’s tool actively minimizes online distractions, aiding users with neurodevelopmental disorders to focus on pivotal content.

The ADHD-centric mode offers a reading overlay, allowing users adequate time for content interaction.

Support for Blind Users

Our state-of-the-art AI tool scrutinizes website elements to deliver valuable data to screen readers, all in line with ADA compliance standards.

Our solution ensures full compatibility with prominent screen readers such as JAWS, VoiceOver, NVDA, and TalkBack.

Enhanced Keyboard Interactivity

Acknowledging that many users depend on keyboard interactions, we elevate your site's keyboard-friendliness,

ensuring mouse-related functionalities are seamlessly available via keyboard too.

Content Customization

Thanks to our ADA compliance widget, users have the autonomy to tailor site content to their preferences and needs.

This includes modifying text alignment, font dimensions, title emphasis, and even tweaking letter spacing and style.

Adaptable Color Palette

Users can fine-tune the visual appearance by optimizing contrast, altering text and background hues,

and tweaking saturation for a more pleasant browsing session.

Orientation Flexibility

Zfort Group’s tool prioritizes user comfort, allowing content adaptation based on individual preferences.

This encompasses options like image toggling, sound muting, selecting cursor styles, and employing a virtual keyboard.

ADA Compliance Audit: Get a FREE Assessment Now!

Pondering questions like, "Is my website in line with ADA standards?" or "How can I optimize my site for ADA compliance?" Our seasoned ADA compliance experts have curated the definitive checklist to guide your ADA website audit.
WCAG principles emphasize that compliant websites must uphold the following characteristics:

The essence of ADA compliance lies in content presentation. Ensure your site's content is universally perceivable. This mandates that your website is adaptable to a range of assistive technologies and offers both textual and auditory alternatives. The goal is to make your digital content navigable and readable for everyone, including those with visual impairments.
Navigation plays a pivotal role in ADA compliance. Your website should be primed to offer seamless keyboard navigation, facilitating those with motor impairments to efficiently locate desired content and interact with specific site elements effortlessly.
An ADA-optimized website recognizes the diverse cognitive capabilities of its users. Ensuring your content resonates with every visitor, irrespective of cognitive constraints, is vital. This includes providing dictionary options, steering clear of sudden pop-ups, and ensuring forms or application controls are lucidly labeled.
ADA compliance is not just about the present but also the future. Your digital content should be robust, catering to various user agents and remaining malleable to technological progressions. This ensures your site remains universally accessible, even with evolving web technologies.

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Client Testimonials

Shane Wright is the CTO at Maru Group

Plans of the project are communicated and well performed by the team. They are fantastic in every terms of work.

Donney John

Donney John Executive Director at NOVA Scripts Central

My organization hired Zfort Group to redesign our website. They worked within our budget to deliver a high-quality website. They communicated clearly and on regular bases to make sure the project was done correctly. I appreciated the great insight that they provided when sharing best practices for website design.

The team at Zfort Group is very knowledgeable and will provide honest feedback on their work.

Reg Bamford

Reg Bamford CEO, Sable International

A colleague recommended Zfort Group after a successful web development project. I reached out because I knew the team’s rates would be lower compared to other international markets. They respond quickly and provided good quotes. We got started right away.

Robert Imonikhe

Robert Imonikhe Co-founder @ Ideal Flatmate

They took on a live project and improved the stability of a PHP web application to support the development of new features, including a new platform for premium properties. They’re currently developing a mobile app in React Native. The group feature brings together prospective renters to find properties. Other services included the development of an algorithm to identify and root out fraudulent properties and a rebuild of our search function in React. They also implemented Elasticsearch for the backend.

Justin Lam

Justin Lam Founder & CEO, RealNYC

I was looking for Eastern European developers and I interviewed five or six of them. Zfort Group was the most responsive and dedicated in terms of the resources.

Michael Sack

Michael Sack Emotional Positioning System LLC

Zfort was great at communicating even though they are headquartered in Ukraine. I am lucky to get ahold of some of the market research companies I work with past close of business hours, but Zfort answers practically any time of day or night. We worked primarily through a proprietary project management system, but I often spoke with them over the phone.

Most Frequent Questions and Answers on ADA Compliance


ADA compliance encompasses a range of website and application modifications to ensure accessibility for individuals with disabilities. Examples include offering text descriptions for images (alt text), providing video captions, ensuring keyboard navigation functionality, and designing content to be readable by screen readers.

No, they are distinct but related. The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) is a broad civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life. Section 508, on the other hand, is a part of the Rehabilitation Act, specifically requiring federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities.

No, but they're closely connected. ADA is the law mandating that services (including websites) are accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) is a set of guidelines that detail how to make web content more accessible. ADA doesn't specify WCAG compliance, but WCAG can serve as a standard to ensure ADA compliance for web content.

ADA compliance requires that all public accommodations (including websites) are accessible to individuals with disabilities. This means that websites should be designed and developed in a manner that allows people with disabilities (visual, auditory, cognitive, etc.) to access, navigate, and understand the content as easily as someone without a disability.

Apart from ADA and WCAG, there are several regional and industry-specific regulations, like Section 508 for US federal websites, the European Union's Web Accessibility Directive, and the UK's Equality Act. Ensuring compliance can vary based on your audience, location, and industry.

ADA compliance refers to the adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act, ensuring that all services, facilities, and digital platforms, including websites, are accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities.

A violation of the ADA occurs when businesses, employers, or public services fail to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. In a digital context, it could mean a website that lacks features like screen reader compatibility, keyboard navigation, or clear contrast ratios for visually impaired users.

An example of ADA compliance in a digital context would be a website that provides alternative text descriptions for all visual content, ensuring that visually impaired users using screen readers can understand the context of the images.

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