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Case File #WD240324

The client required an accessibility solution that covered WCAG 2.1 to AA level of the ADA law, as previous plugins and free services brought unwanted attention because they were not adhering to the current level and requirements. Most free versions operate at WCAG 2.0 which was created in 2008, whereas today we are using version 2.2.

Case File #WD240319 + #CR221120

The client required a new website build and online presence for their non-profit. We also included compliance with new state and federal laws about Personal Data and data privacy and ensured that the website is accessible to people with disabilities. Florida is one of the highest states with Lawsuit actions for websites not being accessible.

Case File #WD240112

The client required a new online presence for her new company, after suggesting various ways to incorporate her part-time venture into a full-time business. The client wanted to bring together various platforms into one place that she could own and promote various travel services. Growing her digital footprint makes it easier to guide clients to her site and offer specific customs services.

Project partnership with Z World Webs.

Case File #WD231107

The client required a non-corporate online page that was not always tied to another company. As a Realtor, we created a personal digital page with a bio and features to provide links to her listings and offer people the option to calculate their mortgage interest when looking at house prices and being able to save her contact to their phone.

Case File #SS231017

The client had no control or access to their site, some features needed to be changed and updated to allow access to their site and integrate to some sales and CRM systems.

Generated a cost savings of over $3500.

Project partnership with Z World Webs.

Case File #WD230918

The client wanted to ensure that their website was readable to people with visual impairments and blindness. Improved brand recognition and traffic flow of clients with QR code and Zoom background.

Case File #WD230714

The client wanted to have clients connect with her while on Zoom meetings. Each season would feature a different combination of products and promotions. We created a variety of Zoom backgrounds and colors that matched each season of the year.

This Case File #SS230541

The client has online stores and wanted to ensure that all visitors could use the websites if they had disabilities and wanted to safeguard her business from demand letters and lawsuits about the websites not being accessible or compliant to people with disabilities. Considering that the Disability community spends over $460Bn online this offered a website that is inclusive to all.

This Case File #SS230318

The client needed help to edit and maintain their site and found they had limited control was was locked into an expensive plan. The client is now saving over.

Case File #SS230120

The client helps people to travel with disabilities and wanted to make sure that anyone with a disability could use their site to connect, and discover the services offered to travelling people looking for places that accommodate. Florida has had a lot of demand letters raised for non-accessible websites. The DOJ recently stated that websites need to be accessible and has mandated that now all public, state, and governmental sites will need to be compliant within the next few months. This ruling falls under section 508.

Case File #CR221008

The client has an online shop and website and heard that one of the most common accessibility lawsuits is related to online stores the client contacted us to help. Wanting to attract and have a business that is open to all we recommended adding an accessibility menu to the website. This proved to be very helpful as she did not know that even people without disabilities could benefit from the option to customize the site for a better user experience.

One feature is that every menu is blended to match the color of the brand and website, although sometimes color contrast may not be suitable for all users we then offer a compliant color to best suit the branding colors.

This Case File #CR221120

The client required a new website build and online presence for their non-profit. We also included compliance with new state and federal laws about Personal Data and data privacy and ensured that the website is accessible to people with disabilities. Florida is one of the highest states with Lawsuit actions for websites not being accessible.

California, CA

California, CA

Did you know that most websites get flagged as spam or untrustworthy just after they have been published? The reason is that it will have limited or no traffic, the owner cannot be verified, lack of Google searches and search results.

Statute/Bill: CCPA

Laws Signed (To Date): 2018; effective 1 Jan. 2020

California Consumer Privacy Act

Consumer Rights

Some common enquiries used to help prove your online identity.

  • Google Search Results
  • Knowledge Panels found in search results
  • Website presence
  • Website reported as spam
  • Social Media presence
  • Search Engine Visibility
  • Reviews or lack of reviews
  • Online Reputation
  • Branding and Marketing messaging
  • Your online identity

A Fact You Wouldn't Believe

Did you know that most websites get flagged as spam or untrustworthy just after they have been published? The reason is that it will have limited or no traffic, the owner cannot be verified, lack of Google searches and search results.

Notice

We do not accept calls if there is no caller id and to filter out robot calls, unsolicited calls, and spams you may find that you will need to leave a message on our voicemail, alternatively we would suggest using SMS, or one of the other options available on this page.