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Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a set of standards developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). To help ensure the longevity and usability of the internet, the W3C develops regulations and recommendations. In the WCAG guidelines, the W3C explains how website owners, designers, and developers can create websites, digital content, and markup that is accessible and intuitive for people with disabilities.

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

America’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed in 1990, protects individuals with disabilities from discrimination in the workplace, community and public life. The law helps to ensure that people with disabilities receive the same opportunities as those who do not have disabilities in the public and some private sectors.
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation of the European Union that came into effect in 2018 and enables citizens to control their personal data. It includes data transmitted within the EU and data transmitted outside.
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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

In the US, The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) protects an individual’s health information. Everyone can access their medical records by requesting them, regardless of whether all of the information is fully available. Moreover, HIPAA allows people to request corrections to their records if an error is made.
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EN 301 549

European standard EN 301 549 is related to digital accessibility. A full range of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) must be accessible in the public sector under this standard. No matter what disability someone may have, they should be able to access the same information as those without disabilities.
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Section 5O8

Rehabilitation Act of 1973 section 508 refers to a part of it. At the time of its creation, the Rehabilitation Act was meant to stop discrimination against people with disabilities in federal organizations, programs, and contractors. Technology advances at the time led to the incorporation of Section 508 into this bill in 1998.
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Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was passed in 2005 as part of the Canadian accessibility laws. Its aim is to make public areas in Ontario as accessible as possible by 2025. Creating a 20-year target date from its inception allowed plenty of time for planning, revising, and improving inaccessible facilities.

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Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG)

The Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG) 2.0 outline detailed accessibility standards for web content authoring tools. Guidelines are provided for improving tools so that they are both easier for authors with disabilities to use and for encouraging and promoting them to create more accessible web content.
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21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA)

CVAA (Communications and Video Accessibility Act) was passed in 2010 and became law. The original Communications Act of 1934 was limited by the advances in technology made in the decades since it was signed, and the terms needed to be updated. To ensure accessibility of telecommunications innovations for the disabled, President Obama signed this amendment to the original Act.
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Simple and honest pricing

We offer the best and most competitive rates in the market. You’ll only need to pay per website. No commitments. Cancel anytime.

$49 USD

Less than the price of 2 pizzas

All features included

Customize the widget as your own

Free accessibility statement

Generate audits for your site
No coding experience needed

Become ADA & WCAG compliant

$490 USD

Pay yearly and get 2 months free

All features included

Customize the widget as your own

Free accessibility statement

Generate audits for your site

No coding experience needed

Become ADA & WCAG compliant

Frequently asked questions

Get your questions answered, or contact us directly. We also offer a free demo of our software.

Does accesshand offer full compliance?

Yes, we do. We help your business become ADA and WCAG compliant automatically by just installing one line of code to your website.

How much does it cost?

We offer a flat-rate fee of $49/month or $490/year when you subscribe today.

Can I use my credit card?

Absolutely. We also offer an easy-to-use dashboard so you can manage your billing information without having to contact us.

Can I use this on client projects? Do you offer volume discounts?

Yes! We also offer bulk pricing for agencies. The more websites are under your dashboard, the lower the pricing per website will become. Bulk discounts are offered for organizations with a minimum of 5 websites.

Will adding accesshand to my website affect its performance?

Yes, in a good way. We've tested our software enough to ensure that it won't affect page load speed, while enabling your website to cater to people with disabilities, people who are not native English speakers, and senior citizens.

If I make changes or updates to our website, will I have to do anything?

Short answer, no. accesshand will automatically track the changes and report back to you if there are any violations. However, do not fret, our software makes changes to minimize the work involved in adding new content to your website.

How does accesshand compete with other providers?

While we are a much newer, bootstrapped company, we pride ourselves on being independent. Meaning we are able to develop the software however we want and listen to our customers without having to worry about any investors whispering to our ears.

Hence why we're able to offer very competitive pricing to our software.

Does accesshand collect PII from my website visitors?

Not at all. Your customers, your data. Our software simply gets installed on your website to aid them with vision, language, and hearing tools.

Can accesshand provide an Accessibility Statement for our website?

Yes, and we do this completely free of charge for every person who signs up for a paid plan.