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Each year, the number of lawsuits for violating the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) surges upward. Non-compliant websites are sitting ducks. The only way to avoid oppressive lawsuits and hefty fines is to become accessible.

At Allyada, we help shield you from relentless litigation and regulatory actions and supercharge your business plan. By being ADA proactive, you will:

Defend against exorbitant fines and lawsuits before they happen (5K - 1M or more!)

Vitalize search engine optimization and increase website traffic

Invest in your company and your brand with generous tax incentives

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Our benefits
Why Allyada is the best choice

Avoid Legal Risks

Getting out ahead of the lawsuits, regulatory fines, and bad press is a power move.

Reach More People

User experience is everything, and website accessibility is UX magic. Grow your market the easy way.

Boost SEO Rankings

Embracing accessibility is a fast, smart, and under-utilized strategy for optimizing SEO and increasing traffic.

Lawsuit Statistics

By an extremely large margin (nearly 90%), most digital accessibility lawsuits target the e-commerce industry (online retailers of goods and services). In addition, lawsuits arising from ADA accessibility failures increase year over year, including those targeting the same companies repeatedly for continued violations. Law firms specializing in ADA-related digital accessibility cases have carved out a lucrative niche for themselves.

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Explore Allyada’s Services

At Allyada, we take the business of accessibility seriously because it’s seriously good for your business. Let our team of certified professionals audit and upgrade your website to meet ADA requirements.At Allyada, we take the business of accessibility seriously because it’s seriously good for your business. Let our team of certified professionals audit and upgrade your website to meet ADA requirements.

Testing and Review

Our experts review your site to identify the critical compliance errors that need to be fixed first to help make the site more accessible to blind people.

Manual Testing & Full Website Audit

Our experts manually test your site and conduct a full website audit to identify the full spectrum of accessibility errors. Comprised of sighted, visually impaired, and blind testers, our team is inclusive, so you can be 100% confident in the results. We provide a detailed report that your developers can use to bring the site into compliance.

Full Service Package

Our experts manually test your site and conduct a full website audit to identify the full spectrum of accessibility errors. Comprised of sighted, visually impaired, and blind testers, our team is inclusive, so you can be 100% confident in the results. We then complete the work ourselves, performing all necessary compliance upgrades and modifications so that you don’t have to.

Feature blog

At Allyada, advancing ADA-compliant website accessibility isn’t just our job, it’s our passion. Just like the clients we serve and the consumers they reach, our stories are shaped as much by personal experience as by professional drive. By providing engaging content that centers legal insights, thought leadership, and media updates, we strive to shape the current conversation around website accessibility issues.

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22 Apr, 2024

3 Ways To Audit Your Website’s Accessibility

Making your website more accessible is only possible once you have a comprehensive understanding of the ways that it falls short of meeting current accessibility recommendations and requirements.

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04 Apr, 2024

AllyADA Website Accessibility Review for January & February, 2024

At Ally ADA, we engaged with 510 websites during January and February 2024 to determine each website's level of ADA website accessibility compliance and draw conclusions about the categories of common accessibility issues present.

a man in glasses is sitting with laptop and smartphone reviewing accessibility lawsuits statistics report
22 Mar, 2024

Web Accessibility Lawsuits Statistics for 2023

Now that 2023 has come and gone, we look back on it with a new perspective to draw meaningful insight and inspiration and plan to carry the best of ourselves through 2024 and beyond.

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31 Jan, 2024

Accessibility Audit: Your Business Superpower

Discover how getting an ADA-compliant accessibility audit for your website not only protects your business from legal challenges but also propels it forward by expanding your customer base, improving SEO, and offering tax benefits.

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31 Jan, 2024

Is Website Accessibility Really Your Problem?

Tackling the overlooked challenge of website accessibility, this article delves into the severity of the issue, the risks of non-compliance, and the strategic advantages of ensuring your website is accessible to all users, including the disabled - a crucial, yet often neglected, consumer demographic.

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12 Jan, 2024

Advantages of an Accessible Website

Outlines the benefits of web accessibility, including improved usability, better SEO, enhanced brand image, expanded customer base, and reduced legal risks.

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12 Jan, 2024

ADA Lawsuits on the Rise

Highlights the increase in ADA-related lawsuits in the US, especially in states like Florida and New York, affecting industries like e-commerce, food service, and education.

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12 Jan, 2024

Accessibility Widgets: Limited Help for the Blind

Discusses the limitations of accessibility widgets for the legally blind, emphasizing their inability to fully address Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and potential interference with other assistive technologies.