ADA Accessibility

Inaccessible websites are at risk of litigation as people with disabilities face new challenges with accessing information and interacting with online content. Branding Arc provides a fully automated web accessibility solution for accessibility compliance. By combining a user-friendly interface with AI-powered technology, we enable people with diverse abilities including blindness, motor impairments, cognitive disorders, color blindness, macular degeneration, epilepsy, blurred vision, old age, cataracts, and more to effectively access and navigate online content.

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The Importance of Web Accessibility

The world is becoming increasingly digital and accessibility is becoming critically essential. We understand that broader accessibility benefits everyone. Don’t lock your consumers out of your website and away from important information like how to contact you or how to make a payment. Our easy-to-use interface addresses accessibility requirements, easily removes the barriers that make it harder for people with disabilities, and quickly modifies your website to meet individual needs.

Our accessibility widget allows users to simply choose a disability profile that bundles together common accessibility combinations and simultaneously activates all relevant adjustments, or to enable individual adjustments like font size, color contrast, stop animation, and more. Examples of profile bundles include:

  • Seizure Safe Profile
  • Vision Impaired Profile
  • Cognitive Disability Profile
  • ADHD Friendly Profile
  • Keyboard Navigation Profile (Motor)

Keeping You In Compliance

Our accessibility service scans each website every 24 hours to locate and fix accessibility errors to ensure that your website maintains compliance with accessibility legislation from around the world.

WCAG 2.1

WCAG is a set of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines created by the World Wide Web Consortium, or the W3C. WCAG 2.1 is the most current version of accessibility guidelines and is the accessibility standard that is guiding legislation in the U.S., the European Union (EU), Canada, Australia, and Israel.


ADA is the Americans with Disabilities Act that prohibits discrimination based on ability or disability in all areas of public life and guarantees certain rights to people with disabilities.

Section 508

Section 508 is an amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that addresses technology and accessibility & requires that all federal agency electronic and information technology be accessible to persons with disabilities.

EAA/EN 301549

The European Accessibility Act requires accessibility for digital products and services. EN 301549 is a policy document that outlines official standards for web accessibility in Europe.


The Accessibility Canada Act took effect in 2019 to ensure a barrier-free Canada and requires various industries to comply with accessibility rules.


The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act fixes standards for accessibility to services in Ontario.

IS 5568

The Israel Standard 5568 (IS 5568) created standards for accessibility in Israel.

Meet ADA and Global Accessibility Standards

Help us understand your accessibility needs and we will propose a solution that gets you in compliance.