The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was instituted in 1990 in an effort to put an end to discrimination based on different abilities. This revolutionary act led to designing an equal-access workplace that includes wheelchair access ramp, accessible restroom facility, disabled lifts and many more facilities that became a norm in most American public places and office areas. Since then, ADA legislation has evolved to provide access to spaces in the digital world – most importantly, the Internet, since it has not only become a critical element of doing business but has become the backbone of the entire Global economy.
Many Pulse web systems are designed from the ground up to be ADA compliant, our web engineering teams specialize in meeting and exceeding ADA compliance regulations. If you have a website that needs to be built or a site that needs to meet ADA compliance guidelines get in touch with a Pulse representative. In 2018, one of the biggest trends in the website development space is the inclusion of American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance. To learn more about the necessity of ADA compliance, let’s try a small experiment. Launch your browser, find your favorite website, and close your eyes and