Remember the proverbial saying “The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions?” One meaning of this is that good intentions may have unintended consequences. That is very much the case currently when it comes to ADA Web Accessibility.
The fact of the matter is that the intent of ensuring that your website is fully accessible to the disabled (and everyone for that matter) is a very GOOD THING.
Unfortunately, law firms with bad intentions have turned web accessibility into a BAD THING. Through their threat tactics and bullying they have caused significant stress, risk, and expenses for your financial institution.
Relieve the Stress
LKCS has successfully helped scores of financial institutions abate their websites’ accessibility issues. Our team has the experience to diagnose and correct the elements of your website that don’t adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Manage the Risk
LKCS aims to be a trusted partner for each of our clients, not just a distant vendor. From helping you publish a web accessibility policy statement on your website to providing reports documenting your efforts to make and keep your website fully accessible and aligned to the latest accessibility standards, we’ve got your back. Our work has been reviewed as part of legal proceedings and has led to positive outcomes for our clients.
Reduce the Expenses
We know what we’re doing. We do it well. And we do it efficiently. Which means, we charge a fair price. We often hear that our web accessibility pricing is much, much lower than other competitors’. That’s because you don’t have to pay to train us to learn how to make a website accessible. We aren’t here to make a quick buck – we want to work with you on other web development and marketing projects now and in the future. And, we fix the accessibility issues rather than covering them up with overlay software. We even have a solution to give you the technical guidance to identify and fix the accessibility issues on your website all by yourself.
Weed out and fix potential ADA problems by attending our upcoming webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.