DELIVERING VITAL SOLUTIONS

to Ensure Compliance with ADA Website Accessibility Requirements

ADA COMPLIANCE

As a Digital Marketing Company, Ensuring web accessibility just makes sense!

It's a combination of common sense, empathy, and understanding! Which are all traits that human beings share. Providing access to everyone also benefits you as a company!

Is your Website Vendor charging you to be ADA compliant? They shouldn't!

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PSXDigital, a leading digital marketing company focused on serving the Powersports industry ensures compliance with ADA Digital Accessibility Regulations. 

Ensuring websites designed for our company's dealer-partners are fully & completely compliant with current ADA digital accessibility requirements. 

AND BETTER YET..... NO ADDITIONAL COST!

What is ADA Compliancy?

What is ADA Compliancy?

ADA prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability, and business owners are required to ensure that their digital offerings are accessible to all potential audience members, despite any potential disabilities. 

THIS INCLUDES: 

  • Websites
  • Apps 
  • Documents
  • Presentations

"By making sure your website is inviting to all walks of life, you will not just provide equal access, but it demonstrates good ethics and morals as a business. Having accessible sites benefits everyone."

Larry Bruce
Co-Founder, PSXDigital 

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PSXDigital is committed to ensuring that all communications, including websites, are accessible to individuals and eliminating any barriers or limitations to end-users.

DON'T BELIEVE US.... BELIEVE THE DATA!

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Website Accessibility goes deeper than mere legal compliance. It also offers a number of benefits to our Dealer Partners.  Website Accessibility can have a profound effect on SEO and visibility within the SERPS. In addition, it improves a dealership's public image and creates a more user-friendly website for individuals on mobile devices with low network speeds.

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Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its subsequent amendments, website accessibility is not directly addressed. However, the US Department of Justice has weighed in repeatedly on the topic and held that while the ADA does not specifically mention web accessibility, "its language is still broad enough to include websites as part of your business operations," according to the Bureau of Interent Accessibility. 

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