ADA Title II Compliant Web Design

Custom web design that meet all ADA requirements for website accessibility under Title II.

We create custom websites that are accessible for individuals with disabilities. We understand the ADA compliance standards established under Title II and strive towards making the user experience just as enjoyable. We can help your company meet these requirements along with many others while maintaining a custom design aesthetic.

AWESOME!! LOVE what you have done! The slow-motion drama is captivating! Thanks for your tenacity and hard work! I feel like you want our website to be the best one you’ve ever designed! And that’s a great corporate philosophy!

Cathy Kinlaw

Key Elements of ADA Compliant Web Design

from Springer Studios, Wilmington, NC, Web Design

  • 1Text Equivalence for Images.

    We code all images to make sure that visually impaired visitors have access to information regarding imagery content.

  • 2Document Accessibility.

    Our web designs are set up to include HTML and RTF (Rich Text Formats) in addition to attachment downloads.

  • 3Fonts and Colors.

    We make sure that viewers can adjust colors and font settings for greater visibility and legibility.

  • 4Multimedia Audio Description and Captions.

    When working with multimedia, we can add captions for videos with audio for the hard of hearing and audio for visuals for visitors who are blind or have low vision.

Key Elements of Professional Web Design

  • 1Purpose.

    So you need professional web design, every company should these days. But, what is the purpose? Step one is to figure out what role your website plays in the overall company strategy and marketing plan.

  • 2Functionality.

    There are many powerful tools that can be integrated into a website. Think about what online tools can benefit your company. Ex. Social Media Feeds, Interactive Maps, E-Commerce, Photo galleries, etc.

  • 3Responsive.

    Look around and chances are every other person is looking at some sort of device in their hand. We live in a device centric world and so should your website. A good responsive website will adjust itself based on the resolution of the device and the devices yet to be created.

  • 4Contemporary.

    Too many sites look and feel like they were designed years ago. You’re doing business now — make sure your online presence feels as current as the website of your most envied competition.

  • 5Layout.

    Science has proven people read in F patterns. Be sure your key content like contact information and top selling products are displayed in areas where your clients can find them. Make your navigation intuitive and easy to use.

  • 6SEO Friendly.

    A company website design is a must but, so is a Search Engine Optimized (SEO) website. Your clients need to be able to find you, so make sure you have the right content in the right places. We can help you create and place your content to maximize page rank.