ADA Compliance

Let us help you make your website ADA compliant

Protect your business from litigation and open your website to all users

Boost brand perception

Show customers that you care

Keep safe from lawsuits

Comply with legislation 24/7

Expand market reach

Attract new potential Customers

How do I know if my website is compliant?
You can check your website for ADA compliance with a manual audit. A manual audit involves evaluating every page of your site for accessibility including images with descriptive tags, ADA icon on every page, and review headings, buttons, and links
Is ADA compliance mandatory?
There are no clear ADA regulations that spell out exactly what compliant web content is, but businesses are required to develop a website that offers “reasonable accessibility” to people with disabilities.
What types of thing make your website compliant?
Just a few examples that make a website compliant are creating alt tags for images, enable screen reader capability, keep navigation consistent, simple headings and spacing, and don’t rely on color for navigation.
How common are ADA website lawsuits and who is at most risk?
The rate of ADA based web and app lawsuits jumped from 814 in 2017 to 2,258 in 2018, this is a 177% increase. It is holding steady in 2019 and 2020. We expect the trend to increase slightly in 2021. Any business with a website is a risk for litigation regardless of their size or statue. Solopreneurs up to hundreds of employees have been hit with lawsuits.
Are there well known companies that are being sued?
Many well known companies have been sued for website accessibility and lost. Just to name a few, Nike, Beyonce, Domino’s Pizza, ADP, Golden State Warriors, Winn Dixie, Fox News, Burger King, and Amazon.
What are the penalties for an ADA non compliant website?
Federal law allows fines of up to $75,000 for the first violation and $150,000 for additional ADA violations. States and local governments may allow additional fines. However, possibly the most financially damaging consequence for not complying is the damage to the image of your business or brand when it becomes public that there was an ADA violation.
Frequently Asked Questions

ADA website compliance does not indicate a specific adherence to only ADA requirements . Website ADA compliance is an all-encompassing term – a gold standard of creating websites that are accessible to all users, regardless of physical or cognitive ability.


Hearing loss

Limited movement


Low Vision

Speech disabilities


Learning disabilities

Congnitive limitations

The ADA and Web Accessibility
If you have immediate concerns about ADA compliance, please speak to a legal expert. We have a lot of experience with websites and ADA compliance, but we are not lawyers. The ADA does not explicitly include web or mobile accessibility, however, the Department of Justice has stated on numerous occasions that ADA compliance includes access to websites that provide services, public accommodations, and /or other functions already included under the ADA.
The effortless process of
becoming compliant with us
  • 1

    Include a single line of JavaScript code on your website that interacts with all pages and functionality.

  • 2

    The accessibility interface appears on your website and an ADA icon will be displayed on all pages.

  • 3

    Agileient’s AI starts scanning and analyzing your website.

  • 4

    Within days your website is accessible and compliant.

  • 5

    Ongoing the AI will scan for new and revised content to bring into compliance.

Benfits of ADA Compliance

Serving a wider audience

Accessible content will widen your available target audience opening up new revenue opportunities.

Decreased legal risk

Businesses that actively pursue accessibility are better positioned to address claims and avoid costly violations.

Increased Search Presence

There is a lot of overlap in SEO work that also makes websites ADA compatible and easy for search engines to understand.

Better Overall user experience

It has been shown that optimizations made for accessibility also benefit people without disabilities.

Agileient’s ADA Compliance Tool

Seizure Safe Profile

Page content that flashes, flickers or blinks, such as videos and animations, can trigger photosensitive epilepsy. Thrive’s ADA compliance software eliminates flashes and reduces color from your website to make it a safe platform for epileptic and seizure-prone users.

Visually Impaired Profile

Our ADA website compliant specialists enhance your site visuals to make it accessible to the visually impaired and comply with the ADA compliant tax credit requirements. We ensure your online content is suitable for screen readers, make hyperlinks stand out for the color blind, associate text with links and use coding standards to ensure headings are properly nested.

Cognitive Disability Profile

This profile boasts assistive features that help page visitors with cognitive disabilities, such as attention deficit disorder (ADD), dyslexia and autism, focus on the essential page elements and complete their desired action. We utilize a search engine linked to Wiktionary and Wikipedia to make your content more understandable and provide ways to help users navigate your website with ease.

ADHD-friendly Profile

Our ADA compliance software significantly eliminates distractions on your website to help people with neurodevelopmental disorders browse, read and concentrate on the important content. The ADHD-friendly profile features a reading mask that provides users sufficient time to access and interact with your page content.

Blind Users Support

Thrive’s AI tool analyzes your website components to provide screen readers with meaningful data, in adherence to the ADA compliance website tax credit guidelines. Our website ADA compliant software adjusts your website to make it compatible with any screen reader, such as JAWS, VoiceOver, NVDA and TalkBack.

Keyboard Navigation

Many people rely on the keyboard to interact with the web. At Thrive, we boost your website’s keyboard accessibility to ensure all functionalities available by mouse are also available by keyboard.

Content Adjustments

Using the ADA compliant widget, page visitors have the option to make other adjustments to your site content to suit their needs and disabilities. Online users can change the text alignments, adjust the font size and line height, magnify texts, highlight titles and links and even modify the letter spacing and font style

Color Adjustments

Another option for online users is the color adjustment settings. Page visitors can optimize the contrast and saturation of your page elements. They can also modify the text, title and background colors for an optimum online experience.

Orientation Adjustments

Our ADA compliance tool ensures your content adapts to the online user’s preferred orientation. Site visitors have the option to hide images, mute sounds, enable the reading mask, choose between a big black or big white cursor and use a virtual keyboard.

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