ONTARIO BUSINESS OWNERS:
Avoid the top 5 mistakes businesses make in meeting AODA website accessibility
Most web designers have not been trained on the AODA (Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act) and how to make accessible websites, leaving businesses at risk of dissatisfied customers and 6-figure fines.
Before you hire a web designer, download our free ebook.
"As AODA deadlines for compliance reporting and WCAG-compliant websites loom, Ontario business owners need the right information to make the right decisions."
About this ebook
THE HIDDEN CHALLENGE
By January 1, 2021, many Ontario businesses must comply with the AODA and ensure that people with disabilities can use their websites just as well as everyone else.
THE CURRENT SITUATION
Most companies don't know the right way to fix their websites and are either ignoring it or making tons of mistakes, wasting time and money.
Businesses and their directors can face fines as high as $100,000 per day for not complying, while people with disabilities remain left out and disadvantaged.
HOW THIS EBOOK CAN HELP
Learn what you need to do to take your website from a legal-hazard to legally-compliant, so you can skip the mistakes, avoid costly AODA complaints, audits, and fines, and ultimately, win more customers.