Expert ADA & WCAG Accessibility Compliance

We fix websites manually at the code level using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to make them accessible and comply with the ADA, without relying on overlay widgets or plug-ins.

We are a court approved accessibility provider, and members of both the W3C and the International Association of Accessibility Professionals. We specialize in auditing, fixing, and certifying websites for WCAG and ADA accessibility.

Court Approved Accessibility Provider
International Association of Accessibility Professionals - Organizational Member
W3C Member and Advisory Committee
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A disabled man using his laptop while seated in a wheelchair and smiling.

Enabling Internet Accessibility and Inclusivity for Millions of Users

Embracing Digital Accessibility

Digital accessibility is the process of ensuring that digital products are accessible to all individuals, regardless of their impairments.

At EcomBack, we follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to help businesses audit and fix their websites, ensuring compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Disabled people's ADA problems like visual, auditory, mobility, cognitive are displayed across laptop and mobile screens

Accessibility for major platforms

We understand the significance of website accessibility across major platforms. With our team of web accessibility compliance experts, we possess the expertise needed to effectively manage and fix websites built on popular platforms such as Shopify, WordPress, SquareSpace, Wix, WooCommerce, Magento, Webflow, and BigCommerce.

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Risks of Inaccessible Websites

The consequences of having an inaccessible website can be significant.

Non-compliance puts your brand reputation at risk, leads to the loss of potential clients, requires website reconstruction to meet accessibility guidelines, incurs attorney fees, legal fines, and defense costs, and necessitates dealing with lawsuits in federal or state courts.

ADA lawsuits targeting website non-compliance are on the rise, particularly against e-commerce sites and businesses with a retail presence.

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Number of lawsuits each year: 132 lawsuits in 2016, 814 lawsuits in 2017, 2314 lawsuits in 2018, 2890 lawsuits in 2019, 3503 lawsuits in 2020, 4055 lawsuits in 2021, 4334 lawsuits in 2022, and 3862 ADA lawsuits in year 2023.

Our Solutions for Website Accessibility

EcomBack offers effective solutions to mitigate the risks associated with website accessibility. Our dedicated team conducts thorough audits and implements the necessary fixes based on WCAG guidelines to address accessibility barriers.

Let us handle the complexities of web accessibility while you focus on growing your business.

Take the first step towards a more inclusive digital presence by contacting EcomBack today.

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