Make Web Accessibility Simple

Would you like to avoid litigation, win new customers, and build social responsibility— all at the same time? This is the specialty of Converge Accessibility, a company focused from the ground up on helping you make website accessibility easy. Every day that your website remains inaccessible is another day that a potential customer is left behind, and that another lawsuit can happen!

Three Ways We Help Most With Web Accessibility

1. Are You Involved in Litigation?

Expert witnesses can increase your risk if they are not sensitive to the current legal issues in web accessibility litigation. See why customers settle cheaper and faster with our team of experts on your side and then you can get back to running your business as quickly as possible!

2. Fix Your Current Website

Making your current site accessible is easier than you might think. We can help you make your website welcoming to over 47 million new customers with disabilities. Get our team to perform an accessibility review of your site and teach your team how to make it accessible today!

3. Futureproof Your Website

Easily build accessibility into your development lifecycle and stay ahead of accessibility challenges as your website evolves. WebAlign is our unique turnkey solution that aligns your design, development, and testing teams. Be a Great Leader and not an Overworked Manager!

Creating a Better ADA Self-Evaluation (Part 3)Treat Web and Digital Accessibility as a Part of Program Access

By Ken Nakata | January 30, 2023
This is Part Three of our Four-Part Blog Series describing how state and local governments (as well as Federal grantees) can conduct better self-evaluations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.…

Creating a Better ADA Self-Evaluation (Part 2)Use a Better Survey Tool

January 23, 2023
This is Part Two of our Four-Part Blog Series describing how state and local governments (as well as Federal grantees) can conduct better self-evaluations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.…

Creating a Better ADA Self-Evaluation (Part 1)Get People with Disabilities Involved Early in the Process

January 16, 2023
This is Part One of our Four-Part Blog Series describing how state and local governments (as well as Federal grantees) can conduct better self-evaluations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.…

Hidden Accessibility Gems

January 9, 2023
Accessibility Settings Today’s desktop computers and mobile devices have built-in accessibility settings to allow users to adjust their experience according to their needs. These settings vary between operating systems (OS). When an update to the OS is applied, it can…

Legal Update: December 2022

January 3, 2023
Happy New Year! Looking back over 2022, I’d say that, while district courts in some circuits (i.e. the Third Circuit and Second Circuit) continue bickering over whether the nexus requirement makes any sense in web accessibility cases, most of the…

Creating a Better ADA Self-Evaluation (Part 2)Use a Better Survey Tool

January 23, 2023
This is Part Two of our Four-Part Blog Series describing how state and local governments (as well as Federal grantees) can conduct better self-evaluations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.…

Creating a Better ADA Self-Evaluation (Part 1)Get People with Disabilities Involved Early in the Process

January 16, 2023
This is Part One of our Four-Part Blog Series describing how state and local governments (as well as Federal grantees) can conduct better self-evaluations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.…

Hidden Accessibility Gems

January 9, 2023
Accessibility Settings Today’s desktop computers and mobile devices have built-in accessibility settings to allow users to adjust their experience according to their needs. These settings vary between operating systems (OS). When an update to the OS is applied, it can…

Legal Update: December 2022

January 3, 2023
Happy New Year! Looking back over 2022, I’d say that, while district courts in some circuits (i.e. the Third Circuit and Second Circuit) continue bickering over whether the nexus requirement makes any sense in web accessibility cases, most of the…

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Testimonial from Bay Area Retail Clothing CEO

I wanted to bring my website into compliance with the current accessibility guidelines and through a referral found Converge Accessibility. The duo of Ken and Jeff were extremely helpful, straightforward, and great to work with in regards to not only identifying the issues that I had, but working with specialists to get my site as compliant as possible. Thank you!!

Bay Area Retail Clothing CEO

Testimonial from Avinash Dongre

Converge Accessibility performed a WCAG accessibility audit for our Chatbot, Live Agent Console, and Knowledge Management Portal. They delivered a top-notch Accessibility Audit and VPAT/ACR which we are using as part of our accessibility marketing efforts. We are also using their WebAlign resource which has provided us the structure and guidance to easily and successfully incorporate accessibility into our current development process.

Avinash Dongre, Manager - ThoughtFocus

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