It's Federal Law
The Supreme Court has ruled that all websites in the United States must be accessible to disabled people
under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
If your website does not meet the ADA requirements,
you may end up having to pay heavy fines, which may
also result in prosecution.
What is equally as important is that it is your
responsibility to build a website that anyone
and everyone can access.
Become ADA compliant today!
Nearly 20% of US Internet users are disabled
A U.S. Census Bureau report indicates that nearly 51 million people in the US aged 15 and older:
- Are wheelchair bound
- Have a difficult time lifting and grasping, which makes them unable to use a mouse or keyboard.
- Have a visual disability that forces them to use a screen reader or magnifier.
- Are subject to color blindness.
- Suffer from a hearing disability, forcing them to rely on captions and/or transcripts for audio and video media.
By making your website's digital content accessible, your organization can reach out to more consumers, boost
customer satisfaction rates, and stand out from those competitors who are not ADA-compliant.
Komodon, thru Umbrella Local Offers $1M Compliance Warranty
Komodon offers numerous tiers of accessibility services.
From a simple one-line widget that'll improve your website accessibility to on-site accessibility to a full website audit,
we will help you make your website ADA-compliant.
We believe in our top-class service so much that we offer a massive $1M Warranty if you get sued for not being accessible.
Offer your visitors a
Text Reader Feature
With a text reader, you can address users who face a hard
time reading different textual content(s) as well as the ones
with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder).
With a text reader, users have the ability to do so with the
help of a keyboard and/ or mouse. Plus, the user has
complete control of the reading rate as well as the
sound pitch of the reader widget.
Offer your visitors Keyboard Navigation
Many people with motor disabilities find it difficult to
use a mouse. Many visually impaired or blind users
utilize keyboard navigation routinely.
The Keyboard Navigation function meets the standard
WCAG 2.0 requirements and delivers complete accessibility,
enabling the users to navigate through the pages with the
help of the keyboard itself.
Offer your visitors Blinks Blocking
For those prone to encounter difficulties caused by
flickering, strobing, or flashing effects, and users
with learning disabilities, this feature has been
built specially for you.
The Blinks Blocking tool eliminates any or all graphics,
marquees, news tickers, galleries, auto-play, and other animations that may result in a distraction or lead to a
Offer your visitors an
Image Description Tool
It's no secret that graphics and images make the content easier to read and understand. In accordance with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines, all non-textual content must have a text alternative, providing a similar meaning as the image.
Our image description tool follows Section 1.4.5 of the WCAG Success criterion to ensure that image info is being displayed effectively and that the intended meaning or concept
of the image is made clear to everyone.
Different functionalities to improve usability for low-vision users include a large black cursor, a large white cursor, header highlighters, and links.
Offer your visitor the option to
Decrease and Increase Font Size
and Readable Font!
With this tool, people with low visual impairments can easily increase or decrease text size or select a basic, easily readable, simple font without compromising functionality and readability.
Komodon's all-in-one, easy-to-install widget accessibility tool meets the WCAG 2.0 specified level "Triple A" guidelines.
Pricing & FAQ
How quickly can you improve review ranking?
Let's say you begin with a 3-star ranking, and if we assume that you have several clients, we can achieve a 4-star ranking within 2 months.
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