ADA Accessibility Laws and Your Website
Attend this timely session to learn what ADA accessibility is
and how your website can be ADA accessible.
Monday, April 29, 2019
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Sonoma County Tourism Offices
There is a flurry of litigation going on right now with California hotels and other businesses being sued for violating these laws. Join us and learn what you need to do to avoid becoming a target.
- What does ADA accessibility mean for your business/property’s website?
- What is ADA accessibility website compliance and how do you achieve it?
- How much does it cost to make a website ADA compliant?
- What can you do right now? Learn small changes that can be accomplished to increase web accessibility, likely before or in conjunction with a larger audit or remediation project.
Presented by: Brian McNeilly, McNeilly Accessibility Consulting
Seating is limited, so be sure to register today!
SCHA Member Fee: $20; Non-Member Fee: $35
Presenter Bio: Brian McNeilly
Brian McNeilly has over five years of experience within the field of web accessibility. A Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies, Brian has worked on hundreds of accessibility projects with clients including Fortune 500 companies, multi-national retail chains, and emerging tech start-ups. He has developed best practices and web accessibility standards with the World Wide Web Consortium (whose WCAG standards form the backbone of ADA compliance for the web), and thrice presented at CSUN ATC, the world’s largest accessibility conference.
As an independent contractor, Brian has focused his efforts on helping small to medium sized projects achieve accessibility compliance, particularly within the Northern California area. With a holistic approach to accessibility, Brian focuses not just on the technical aspects of compliance, but the overall process of creating accessible content within organizations.