Maybe. Part of the problem in answering this questions is that the Americans with Disabilities Act doesn’t mention (let alone define) web accessibility.
Americans with Disabilities Act
Does the ADA require 100% web accessibility?
Shifting Left: Design and UX Accessibility
Of course, the easiest and most cost-effective way to have a WCAG compliant website is to build it that way in the first place. And while it’s never too late, the absolute best time to start thinking about accessibility is when you are planning your site’s user experience (UX) and designs.
How Does the New California Court Accessibility Ruling Affect Your Digital-Only Website?￼
Some welcome news for site owners, but don't change your accessibility strategy yet
The Business Case for Web Accessibility
Websites that are inaccessible make it harder for customers with disabilities to use their sites. At any given moment, roughly 20% of the US population has a disability. It follows that improving web accessibility results in higher engagement and conversion rates. Which ultimately means more revenue for your business.
Why More Agencies Seek Out White Label Accessibility Services
In the year 2022, accessibility is slowly but surely becoming a baseline requirement for new website projects. Savvy businesses understand that prioritizing accessibility unlocks higher engagement and a better user experience for a significant portion of the population. And the number of private lawsuits (and demand letters) under the Americans with Disabilities Act against small and medium businesses continues to grow each year. But digital accessibility isn’t a core competency for the vast majority of digital and marketing agencies. Bringing in a white label accessibility partner can help agencies, designers, and developers bridge that gap, grow their accounts, and better serve and protect their existing clients.