Does Your Website Meet ADA Guidelines?

Funeral homes across North America are facing increased lawsuits for websites that don’t meet accessibility guidelines for people with disabilities. MKJ Marketing, in partnership with industry leaders Tribute Technology and UserWay, can help your firm stay out of legal trouble and make it easier for people with disabilities to navigate your website.

Learn more about ADA compliance and how to lower your risk with Tribute Accessibility powered by UserWay.

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How ADA Compliance Works.

The Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, is a law that ensures people with disabilities can access your business or business website. You could face a lawsuit if your site doesn’t meet ADA guidelines. Right now, law firms are on the hunt for non-compliant websites, which can then result in an ADA compliance violation letter.

How Tribute Technology + UserWay Works.

Tribute Technology Accessibility powered by UserWay inserts a single line of code on your website that makes it usable by people with disabilities. It automatically fixes 90%+ of what’s not compliant and gives users tools for increasing text size and spacing, using a screen reader, and more, according to UserWay. UserWay backs its product with a $10,000 guarantee and access to its legal team.

Make Your Website More
Accessible For All

Just like adding a wheelchair ramp makes your building more accessible, Tribute Accessibility powered by UserWay makes your website easier to use for all. This includes people with visual, hearing, motor, and cognitive impairments, senior citizens, and non-English speakers.

Motor Impaired

Help people with motor impairments when you pause animations, add pop-up navigation tips, and enable keyboard navigation for those who can’t use a mouse.

Visual Impairments

Tailor your site to the visually impaired with large text and cursors, paused animations, legible fonts, high color saturation, and hover-over alt text on images.

Blind

Assist people with visual impairments with a screen reader that reads text aloud and removes navigation barriers that make shopping carts difficult to access.

ADHD

Help people with ADHD avoid distractions and improve comprehension by stopping animations and using a reading mask to focus on specific areas.

Here you can create the content that will be used within the module.

Color Blindness

Let people who don’t see colors the same way as others adjust them through the smart contrast and high saturation tools, so they can better understand content.

Seizures and Epileptic

Improve your site for people with epilepsy and similar conditions with stopped flashing content, animations, videos, and elements that can trigger seizures.

Cognitive Impairments

Support people with cognitive and learning disabilities with a reading guide, large text, paused animations, color contrast, and tips for identifying relevant information.

Dyslexia

One in five people have dyslexia. Improve their website experience with dyslexia-friendly fonts and paused animations for easier reading.