What Is ADA Compliance?
ADA Compliance is the abbreviation for Americans with Disability Act Standards for Accessible Design, which simply means that all the information technology, whether electronic or websites, should be accessible to people with disabilities.
According to a report by WHO, 15% of the population suffering from some disabilities face problems in their daily lives, including online shopping and web browsing. To cite the requirements of web accessibility, World Wide Consortium has developed ground rules for Web Content Accessibility. WCAG is the technical term made mainly to guide web developers on making an ADA compliant website. The government has accepted these standards worldwide and now stands as an essential part of various legislation, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508, and EN 301549.