Ontario AODA Law Web Accessibility Audit And Development Services Launched

AODA Web Development is now providing an updated range of website accessibility audit, design and development services for businesses in Ontario, Canada.

AODA Web Development, a Toronto, Ontario based agency specialized in website design and development, announced the launch of an updated range website accessibility audit services. The company serves organizations with 50 or more employees throughout Ontario, Canada.

More information can be found https://aodaweb.com

The newly launched website accessibility audit services at AODA Web Development aim to help Ontario organizations ensure that their websites are AODA accessible.

Starting with January 1st, 2021, businesses with 50 or more employees must have websites that comply with WCAG 2,0 Level AA standards, as per the Ontario Government’s AODA laws. Those who do not meet accessibility guidelines can face substantial fines or litigation.

The team at AODA Web Development can help businesses determine the accessibility of their site. They will evaluate each client’s website and have it manually scanned by visually impaired and disabled auditors.

The final report after each audit includes deficiencies in a website’s accessibility, recommendations to address shortfalls, as well as implementation tips.

With better website accessibility, organizations can also reach the elderly, people with temporary disabilities, users with a slow connection, as well as people using small screen devices.

AODA Web Development is the leader in accessible website design in Ontario. In addition to providing companies with accessibility audit services, the company also offers AODA website design and development solutions.

The developers at AODA Web Development are certified for accessibility web development through International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). They have the knowledge and expertise to create websites that work using assistive technology and ensure that all forms and functionalities are properly built.

The expert team will make websites accessible on a multitude of assistive devices, including JAWS for Windows, Microsoft Narrator, NVDA screen reader, and macOS Voiceover.

A spokesperson for the company said: “It is our mission to help Ontario reach its 2025 goal of making all of Ontario Accessible. We are doing our part, by providing feedback and direction to track AODA on the web.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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