Accessibility Policy


Do you need assistance accessing something on ADABook.com?

Email kris@adabook.com and I will reply as soon as possible.

Commitment to Accessibility

I am committed to accessibility and ensuring that all users of this site, including those with disabilities, have an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from all information on ADABook.com.

​Should you have any difficulty accessing this website in any manner, please do not hesitate to email me at kris@adabook.com.

Accessibility Standards

ADABook.com, the website, and The ADA Book digital book strive to meet the following accessibility standards: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA, PDF/Universal Accessibility (PDF/UA) to ensure all digital offerings are ADA Compliant.

Actions Taken

​Some of the measures taken to make ADABook.com accessible​ include:

  • adding descriptive alt text to all images
  • ensuring a minimum 4.5:1 color ratio for all text
  • using descriptive text links and headers
  • maintaining a consistent and predictable ​layout and organization
  • eliminating all automatic content (e.g. pop-ups, auto-playing media)
  • including a skip to navigation link
  • using descriptive anchor text for links
  • incorporating a focus indicator

Some of the measures taken to make The ADA Book accessible include:

  • adding descriptive alt text to all images
  • incorporating proper heading structure through the document
  • using a Table of Contents derived from the heading structure
  • using descriptive, clear links
  • ensuring proper tagging throughout the PDF

As well as several other measures.

Beyond the existing remediation measures, I continually review ADABook.com and The ADA Book to ensure they both adhere to best practices in web accessibility.

Legal Requirements

Through my genuine and good faith commitment and devotion to accessibility, I  believe ADABook.com and The ADA Book not only meets but exceeds the digital accessibility requirements imposed by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 & 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as well as any related state or local laws such as the California Unruh Act and New York Human Rights Law that are designed to prevent discrimination.


Do you have feedback on ADABook.com’s accessibility? Where can I improve? What are the strong points? Your feedback is welcome and greatly appreciated as I strive to improve.  You can send feedback to kris@adabook.com.


​You can learn more about the right to equal access for all Americans at ADA.gov.

Section508.gov provides numerous resources for making accessible websites and maintaining them.

WCAG​ 2.0 AA provides technical guidelines and examples for what web accessibility should be.

Accessible.org offers services and information to help with web accessibility.