Today, Pearl City Media, the leading source for integrated marketing and technology solutions, announced its partnership with Online ADA.
Online ADA, the leader in digital accessibility solutions, expands online access for individuals with disabilities by helping organizations, businesses, and developers achieve and maintaining compliance with digital accessibility requirements.
While Pearl City Media has been developing ADA compliant websites over the last 2 years, this partnership will enhance the digital accessibility solutions available, pinpointing and resolving issues of digital accessibility and ensure all site visitors enjoy an optimal user experience.
As always, Pearl City Media clients will have access to digital accessibility tools and services, to ensure equal access for all and avoid legal risk from lack of compliance. With this partnership, Pearl City Media’s ability to resolve issues of accessibility for our clients and offer compliance audits and monitoring will be enhanced. Lawsuits for lack of digital accessibility compliance is on a swift and steady rise. Partnering with Online ADA ensures a solid path to compliance with accessibility laws and regulations such as ADA Title III, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), as well as Section 508 of the American Rehabilitation Act.
Zack Poelwijk, Online ADA Director of Client Success, says “Online ADA’s mission is simple: to empower companies, governments, and agencies with world-class services to increase digital accessibility. Rising tides lift all ships, and we believe that making the Internet accessible benefits everyone; not just those with impairment or disability. Making the Internet accessible to all starts with making our tools and services attainable to all; we’ve built our solutions to be effective and affordable, allowing us to reach and impact a larger audience. We know digital accessibility is difficult and we’ve taken the complexity out of it, allowing our clients to focus on what they do best while allowing us to do the heavy lifting.”
“Digital accessibility has been a major topic for us with our clients, including a major learning curve about their responsibilities as a business. By adding Online ADA to our existing portfolio of accessibility resources, we feel confident that we’ll be helping our clients ensure their websites, and their entire digital presence, is available to everyone.“ – Chelsea Adams, Online Accessibility Specialist