Websites that work for people of all abilities
We make your website accessible so you and your customers have peace of mind.
Accessly connects small to mid-sized businesses with consumers of all abilities at a revolutionary price.
Accessly is different.
We are the only company that offers an accessible website solution specifically for small businesses.
No need to test, fix and overhaul your entire website. Instead, we'll build or recreate your website on our platform.
Accessibility is baked right in to our hosting platform, and your site is built to adhere to accessibility standards.
Accessly gives you a low cost, maintenance-free way to provide access to everyone.
Stop putting your business and your livelihood at risk.
Website accessibility lawsuits have increased by over 3600% in the last 4 years.
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Having a website that isn’t accessible can result in a $75,000 fine for your first violation and $150,000 for your second, and that’s not to mention attorneys’ fees and other potential damages..
Companies like Target, AOL, and Netflix have been sued multiple times for a lack of accessibility, settling disputes that ended up costing them millions. And, plenty of small businesses have been sued as well.
As a small business, you literally can’t afford that to happen.
Open your doors to millions of people currently locked out.
A young man with paraplegia. An elderly woman with severe arthritis. A war veteran with amputated arms. All find it difficult or impossible to use a mouse, making keyboard-only navigation essential.
Without an accessible website, your target market is far less than it should be, shrinking earning potential and opening the door for lawsuits.
When there are millions of users that can’t access your website and engage with your content, for a small business, that's game-changing revenue being left on the table.
Help improve the lives of people with disabilities.
For years people with disabilities have fought for equal access.
The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed, a significant step in equal access.
The internet went live to the world, without much fanfare or press coverage. Most people at that time didn't know it existed.
The birth of Google's search engine dramatically changed the way users engaged with the Internet.
High speed internet use began to sharply increase, and with it users' dependence on the Internet for research, shopping, entertainment and more.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published recommendations for making Web content more accessible: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, now widely viewed as the international benchmark for website accessibility.
Almost every business conducts matters online. From billing to scheduling and everything in between.
Just like persons with disabilities need access to physical business spaces, they also need access to the website business spaces.
The government has repeatedly affirmed its position that the ADA applies to websites.
Yet, most business websites are still not accessible.
That's why Accessly was built.
We believe in a world where anyone can access any site without difficulty, and where people with disabilities take equal access to the web as a given.
Improving the lives of others and providing equal access shouldn’t break the bank and it shouldn’t be a hassle.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects the rights of persons with disabilities and requires the vast majority of business owners, regardless of the size of their business, to make their products and services available to all people, regardless of their abilities.
The U.S. Department of Justice has repeatedly affirmed its position that the ADA applies to websites, and many businesses have faced lawsuits for failing to have accessible websites. So many, in fact, that website accessibility lawsuits have increased 3600% in just the last 4 years.
These lawsuits are particularly devastating to small businesses that frequently lack the resources to effectively defend the litigation and make the required website changes--let alone pay the fines and fees.
Actually, these lawsuits are likely to be more devastating to small businesses because owners may be held personally liable in certain circumstances.
I routinely advise my clients that a small investment up front is much better than the expensive consequences of taking the ‘head in the sand’ approach. Why expose yourself and your business to significant legal vulnerability when there is such a clear solution?
- Susan Burns, Attorney
How it Works
First, we'll review your website needs with you. If you don't have a website, we'll help you choose a design that fits your brand.
We'll build your site on our fully accessible platform and ensure that all your content is added in a way that complies with accessibility standards.
In addition to hosting your website, our system will monitor your website to ensure it remains accessible. If you need updates, we'll do them for you.