Web Accessibility

Achieve Web Accessibility and Reach a Wider Audience with Sercas

Your authorized advisors and full-service solution for total digital accessibility. Have a skilled team in your corner that's committed to satisfying current accessibility standards and assuring compliance.

Web Accessibility Audit

While examining your website's structure and design aspects, audits look for present problems and recommend compliance enhancements. To aid you in developing an ADA accessible website, our experts conduct a page-by-page website accessibility audit utilizing cutting-edge tools. You’ll want to address concerns promptly, so find out if your website is entirely ADA, WCAG, Section 508, and AODA compliant today.

ADA, WCAG & AODA Compliance

Thanks to the ADA, people with disabilities enjoy the same rights and opportunities online. The WCAG accessibility criteria provide a practical framework for creating an accessible website. Count on us to confirm your website is fully ADA and WCAG compliant (or AODA Compliant for Ontarians). Compliance can assist you in providing a superior level of service to the disabled population while enhancing your business.

Section 508 Compliance

Information and communication technologies (ICT) must be available to all citizens under the 508 federal statute. ICT includes websites, software, phones, and call centers. All federal departments and agencies must follow section 508's accessibility regulations. There are four primary accessibility criteria that we'll check to make sure your content satisfies: perceivability, operability, understanding, and adaptability.

Compliance Testing

If you're developing a new website from the ground up and want it to be ADA compliant, our web accessibility specialists can assist you. Everyone, including those with varied physical or mental limitations, can benefit from digital accessibility tools and resources. A hybrid approach that includes both manual and automated web accessibility testing techniques is necessary when testing for compliance issues.

Accessibility Consultation

Is your website disability-friendly? Over 3,500 ADA complaints were brought against businesses with inaccessible websites in 2020. Many of which were completely unaware they were even at risk. Schedule a consultation with one of our web accessibility experts immediately to guarantee that your website is accessible and limit the likelihood of a lawsuit.

Training & Education

Accessibility training for all employees is essential to your success. While earning a web accessibility certification, you'll learn how to make a website accessible and create WCAG-compliant digital experiences that reduce risk and increase global usability. When it comes to maintaining accessibility compliance at your business, our training is role-specific and tailored to your organization’s distinct needs. We’ll focus on specific team responsibilities, your web development processes, and content publishing procedures.

Don't Let Accessibility Compliance Issues Keep You From Reaching Your Website's Full Potential

Ensure your business remains competitive with assistance from our experienced accessibility experts. Our 3-step process is simple and tailored to suit your organization's needs.


Receive an in-depth web accessibility audit, and a keen-eyed specialist will begin a page-by-page analysis of your website, working their way through our comprehensive compliance checklist.


After a thorough examination of your site, we’ll provide a detailed report highlighting any potential compliance risks as well as actionable suggestions to address them along with next steps.


Give us the go-ahead, and we’ll begin collaborating with your division heads to ensure a smooth rollout across your entire organization. Yes, achieving compliance can be that simple!

You've got questions, we've got the answers.

Its not easy to choose an accessibility agency, and there are lots of questions to answers. We've answered a few of the common place questions below so you can get a starting place before we talk.

What makes a webpage accessible?

When a website is made usable by people with disabilities, it is said to be “accessible.”

Two examples are a person who is blind and uses accessibility software that reads the screen aloud or a person with a hand tremor who utilizes voice command software.

If your website is inaccessible, you may be subject to lawsuits and financial fines, depending on the laws in your country.

Why is it crucial for businesses to be accessible?

Accessibility shows that you care about and respect your customers by making your product accessible to everyone.

Lack of accessibility can damage your brand’s reputation and reduce your customer base, both of which can lead to financial losses.

What is the distinction between ADA, 508, and WCAG compliance?

Despite the same goal of making all forms of information accessible to people with impairments, each compliance is unique.

Our Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) serves as a civil rights statute that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in both our public and private sectors.

508 compliance is a federal law that applies solely to federal agencies and departments responsible for maintaining and utilizing accessible information and communication technology.

The Web Content Accessibility Standards (WCAG) is an ISO standard collection of guidelines to guide ADA or 508 website compliance.

What is an ADA-compliant website, and why should you care?

An ADA-compliant website complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and makes its content fully accessible to people with disabilities.

What does it signify for a website to be 508 compliant?

A website that complies with Section 508 will source, generate, administer, and preserve information communication technology accessible to disabled individuals, regardless of whether or not they work for the federal government.

The aim is to build content that complies with four critical accessibility requirements:

  • Easy-to-grasp information, content, and user-friendly design
  • Visually, auditorily, or cognitively impaired users must be able to perceive website content, information, and interfaces
  • Operable by all users, including those who use keyboard-only navigation or assistive technology
  • Web content should be intuitive and adaptable to future accessibility developments

What exactly is a WCAG-compliant website?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is an agreed-upon set of international standards for web accessibility established in collaboration with a wide range of organizations and individuals from around the world.

Individuals, companies, and governments worldwide will be able to access the same information if the website is WCAG compliant.

Is it a legal necessity to have an accessible website (one that complies with the ADA, 508 Section, and the WCAG)?

A government agency or contractor must follow the criteria for accessibility standards.

As a private company, no, is the quick response. On the other hand, additional laws may apply, and the definitive reality is that your website is almost certainly obligated to be accessible.

If a party violates the ADA, what are the possible repercussions?

Small businesses, in particular, must ensure that they are in full compliance with the ADA. Civil suits might be brought against your organization by those who have been harmed by it, so be cautious. Even if you had no intention of making your website inaccessible to persons with disabilities, the federal government can still fine you.

Fines for ADA violations include:

  • First-time offenders face a fine between $55,000 and $75,000
  • A $150,000 fine for each recurrence of a violation.

Additionally, if your firm or organization receives federal money, the government has the power to remove that financing.

Location, Location, Location

Our locations span far and wide across North America, primarily serving the eastern seaboard between USA and Canada. We hope to be able to expand our network to the rest of the world and start helping businesses excel globally.

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Are you ready to launch your brand into the future? Then strap in and let's go!