Keeping you abreast of latest DOJ ruling on website accessibility

The Viscardi Center’s vision is to accelerate a more accessible, inclusive world for all people. That’s why we see it as our job to keep you abreast of news impacting the accessibility of your organization’s digital content.

Recently the Department of Justice (DOJ) published guidance on web accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It explains how state/local government and businesses can ensure their websites are accessible to people with disabilities in line with the ADA’s requirements. The guidance discusses a range of topics, including the importance of web accessibility, barriers that inaccessible websites create for some people with disabilities, and when the ADA requires web content to be accessible.

Click here to view DOJ’s announcement and a link to the guide.

Our team of Digital Accessibility professionals can help you identify potential liabilities on your website, as well as make digital documents and video files fully accessible.

Contact us for a free consultation and learn more at

James Hoppe
Sales Account Executive
The Viscardi Center
Office: 516-465-1587
Mobile: 516-743-5540

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