We Believe In Making The Web Equal For Everyone!
The Internet is made equally for everybody & No one should be left behind with a disability. At NWOL, we aim to deploy accessibility compliance measures (WCAG) for website owners to make the web equal for everyone.
NWOL’s ADA Compliance Widget makes your website regulation compliant in a matter of minutes!
So why are you still waiting?
Make your website adhere to Section 508, ADA & WCAG compliance, as quickly as possible!
Allows the website content to be read aloud for those with visual impairment.
Many large organizations have paid heavily in lawsuits filed against them for not adhering to ADA and WCAG regulations. Additionally, they suffered from PR issues, settlement issues and much more.
A couple of prominent examples:
The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 require that all electronic and information technology be accessible by people with disabilities.
This includes procurement of accessible information and communications technology (ICT) by the federal government and firms having web content that is accessible to all.
Unlike other widgets that offer partial compliance, our tool makes your website completely compliant with ADA, and Section 508 regulations.
After registration, you’ll receive a code. Simply put the code on your website and immediately ensure website accessibility compliance.
Our tool requires minimal modification to your original website code, is supported on all the major platforms and offers comprehensive compliance according to ADA, WCAG and Section 508 regulations. Simply put – it offers you peace of mind.
No! We do not collect any user information as we give privacy the topmost priority when designing our web solutions.
Our lightweight tool has been through thorough testing to ensure that it doesn’t affect your website’s loading time and performance.
Yes, we will furnish you with an accessibility statement for your website. It would be best if you showcased it on your site.
You should make your website ADA compliant to enable people with disabilities to use it the same way as everyone else, highlighting your promise towards inclusivity.