Accessibility Compliance

Accessible software is designed and developed with the considerations and limitations of disabled users in mind. Ultimately, all users benefit from accessible software because of a focus on clarity and usability.

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Our accessibility compliance services

Our team of UI/UX designers and developers are experienced in designing and developing beautiful, ADA-compliant software that improves the end-user experience.

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The Saritasa Difference

Why choose Saritasa as your custom software development company?

For businesses to make the most of technology, they require an expert's calm and knowing hand. A committed partnership to illuminate the most efficient and beneficial path to success. That’s where Saritasa comes in.


We Believe in Mutual Success

We care about successful customers, fulfilled employees, and useful solutions. Everything we do is intended to find the right balance of outcomes for the common benefit of all.

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We Solve Problems

We are a team of driven experts, from developers to designers to engineers and beyond. We are passionately committed to wrestling with the most complex business problems and applying technology systematically to solve them.

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We Value Partnerships Over Projects

We don’t take a transactional approach to our engagements. Rather, we foster personalized relationships built on trust and the perpetual delivery of benefits over time.


We Build It, You Own It.

It’s that simple. Once we finish development, we pass over the complete source code so that your project is yours – no fees or strings attached. Whether you want to continue working with us for maintenance and updates or take the project internally is up to you.

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We Believe Trust is Earned

Our company is built on long-term partnerships, which means that we want to earn your trust and keep it. We do this through our commitment to absolute transparency, accountability, and reliability.


Our development process for accessible software

Whether you’re redesigning a current product for better accessibility, or building new software from scratch, we have the skills to make your project ADA-compliant.


We start by getting an understanding of your vision. That includes everything from the needs driving this initiative to the level of ADA compliance you are striving for. The more we know, the better we can develop a bespoke plan that will not just meet but exceed your expectations.

Consultation & product planning

We draw from our decades of experience to strategize the optimal approach to address your specific needs. This could include consulting on technologies, the effort behind various levels of accessibility compliance, and/or designing a product roadmap.

Wireframing & design

We go through a highly collaborative design phase before we write a single line of code. You’ll work with our expert UI/UX designers to create beautiful, intuitive wireframes and visual designs following best practices for accessibility.


This is where the vision becomes reality. Quality drives every aspect of this phase, from detailed documentation and code comments to a focus on security, and an emphasis on scalability and accessibility.

Quality assurance

Once we’re “done” with development (software is living, so code can never truly be done), we undergo rigorous testing processes by dedicated QA personnel trained in ADA compliance. This may include test cases, automated testing, penetration testing, and more.

Product deployment

After design, development, and testing, all that’s left is to launch! Our DevOps team uses Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) practices and automated deployments to ensure a smooth launch.

Maintenance & ongoing development

We want to be your technology partner. While we’re happy to hand off the fully documented code to you after the completion of the project, we’d love to be your partner for future releases, enhancements, and fixes.

Empower your users with accessible software

Accessible software isn’t just a legal requirement - it’s a basic courtesy to contribute to a free and open internet for all users, no matter their level of ability.


Benefits of accessible software

All users, regardless of disability, benefit from accessible software. Done right, accessible software is easier to understand and use, while simultaneously providing compliance with the law.

Legal compliance with US and EU laws

Legal compliance with US and EU laws

Reach a wider audience

Reach a wider audience

Improve experience for all users

Improve experience for all users

Drives innovation & creative thinking

Drives innovation & creative thinking

Helps future-proof software

Helps future-proof software

Improve Data Security

Improve data security

Color contrast for color-blind users

Color contrast for color-blind users

Multiple visual indicators in design elements

Multiple visual indicators in design elements

Keyboard navigation

Keyboard navigation

Alt text and captions on images and videos

Alt text and captions on images and videos

Clear instructions for next steps

Clear instructions for next steps


Accessibility in custom software

There are several levels of accessibility compliance and basic levels of accessibility are easy to achieve with a little pre-planning and creativity.


Accessibility impacts every industry

Accessibility compliance is legally required for any government body or organization with over 15 employees. Despite this, many industries are significantly behind in adopting ADA-compliant software. Many industries stand to benefit from implementing ADA principles into their software, including:


It can, but the impact depends on the level of compliance you target. Higher levels of compliance require stricter adherence to guidelines, which in turn requires more effort to implement. However, if accessibility is considered from the outset, the overall impact on project cost should be minimal.

The Web Accessibility Initiative outlines three levels of accessibility compliance: A, AA, and AAA. 

  • Level A is the lowest level of accessibility and does not meet the criteria for compliance with US or EU law. It allows screen readers to more effectively scan the website, with few other improvements. 
  • Level AA is the most common level of compliance, as it does meet legal requirements without being overly restrictive on design or functionality. 
  • Level AAA is the strictest form of compliance and overkill for most organizations. 

In short, Level AA is enough for most organizations.


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