Honest ADA BUNDLE Review: Should You Get ADA BUNDLE COMPLIANT?

Updated: Dec 16, 2021




Meet ADA BUNDLE


ADA Bundle is the first all-in-one SaaS platform that helps website owners improve

their website accessibility and become fully ADA Compliant.


Is Your Website ADA Compliant? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires

businesses to make accommodations for people with disabilities. Web content should

be accessible to the blind, deaf, and those who must navigate by voice, screen readers

or other assistive technologies.


Avoid lawsuits (Over 10k websites have been sued this year alone for not being ADA

compliant... and this figure will skyrocket in 2021) In fact, there are now more than 10,000 websites sued as of 2020 due to non-compliance. This number is expected to hit 100k by 2022.

Rank higher on search engines. (Google loves accessible websites)

And tap into a massive brand new market.


Internationally, ALL websites need to comply with the official Website Accessibility

Guidelines (WCAG). In addition, in the US, all websites need to comply with the

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).


So wherever you live, this most likely applies to you as well as your clients.

If you slip up in even the slightest in any one of these areas, it could be game over for your bank account and a lawsuit could be headed your way.


Full Feature List

ADA Bundle comes with 50+ web accessibility and ADA compliance features that help

you render your websites and web contents ADA Compliant. This is absolutely second

to none in the marketplace and the simplicity is record-breaking. View full feature list

below:


Readable Experience Features

● Content scaling

● Readability font

● Dyslexia Friendly

● Highlight titles

● Highlight links

● Text magnifier

● Font sizing

● Line weight

● Letter spacing

● Text alignment


Accessibility Mode Features

● Epilepsy safe mode

● Cognitive Disability Mode

● ADHD Friendly Mode

● Blindness Mode

● Visually Impaired Mode


Visual Pleasing Experience Features

● Dark contrast

● Light contrast

● Monochrome

● High saturation

● High contrast

● Low saturation

● Text color

● Title color

● Background color


Easy Orientation Experience Features

● Mute sounds

● Hide images

● Virtual keyboards

● Stop animations

● Highlight hover

● Highlight focus

● Big black cursor

● Big white cursor

● Reading guide

● Keyboard navigation

● Reading mask

● Text to speech


Client Acquisition Features

● Accessibility Report Analysis

● Accessibility Report Generation - PDF

● Business Search And Many More….

● Widget customization option ⇒ Color, size, & animation

● Widget placement customization

● Drag AND Drop Accessibility Widget effect

● Widget sound effect

● Widget entrance animation

● Use a custom trigger/button for your compliance widget

● Create an accessibility policy statement, option to create in-app or use external link

Benefits & Angles

● Avoid Nasty and Costly Lawsuits That Suck Your Bank Accounts Dry

● Rank Higher In The Search Engines With Less Effort

● Service and Profit From the $650 Billion Disabled Market With A Capital ‘B’.

● Offer ADA Optimization Service To Local Businesses & Influencers And Charge

Them Top Dollar

● Use The Accessibility Audit Tool To Run Compliance Audits & Generate PDF

Compliance Report Which You Can Use As Lead Magnets To Generate Highly

Targeted Leads


Here Is ADA In The NEWS! (Videos)

Business Owners Are Getting Sued Left & Right - Scary Stuff!

( Videos by FoxNews, NBC and ABC News Down Below )


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In the past,


A.D.A. compliance meant ensuring your physical spaces were conveniently accessible to people with disabilities. For example, handicap parking spaces.


But today, the A.D.A. is also being applied to websites, mobile apps, and other technology we use daily. Regulations are changing more and more for the digital and technology world.


How A.D.A. compliant impacts your technology?


To stay compliant, every organization's systems must grant barrier-free access to people with disabilities.


And although the A.D.A. doesn't call out technology specifically.


It's being referenced and enforced in lawsuits relating to technology… like websites and mobile apps.


In recent years, we’ve seen a hundredfold increase in A.D.A. litigation for digital systems that present barriers or non-access to those with disabilities...


something to pay attention to and will likely keep rising.


These lawsuits target businesses of all sizes, across all industries.


Having accessible technology is more than just the right thing to do – it’s a valuable investment to safeguard your organization against legal risk.


So, where do you start?


For Level Access, we recommend first knowing your risk.


Get an assessment of where your digital systems stand right now to take the first step in making your technology accessible for everyone.


Allow us to start testing your website to identify violations and see how we can help your website become A.D.A. Accessibility Compliant.





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