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The idea behind the development of the web is to provide a way that facilitates communication and information for users from different parts of the world. It should be accessible to everyone. It is an individual's civil right to access to the commercial activities, services, and entertainment on the web just like walking on the roads, visiting to a museum, or traveling in a bus.
Keeping in mind, the necessity of developing flexible web accessible websites, SynapseIndia takes the privilege of developing websites meant for individuals including people with disabilities and act as a rock solid information bank that provides useful information and communication in their lives. We firmly believe in providing an effective gateway to generate business and profit.
The US Congress amended its much hyped the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973 with Section 508 in 1998, which says that individuals with disabilities (physical as well as mental), who holds memberships of the public seeking information or services from a federal agency, enjoys equal access to and use of information and data that is usually provided to individuals without any disability. It does not include private players at that point of time.
However, nothing has been mentioned about the non-Federal agencies using the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In an extent to the original law of 1973, the US Department of Justice stated that the access to the government entities on the Internet along with providers whose services can be referred as "public accommodations" can be very much possible.
Section 504 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973
- Disability rights are accepted as a form of civil rights and come under the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
- Institutions receiving federal funds or grants should provide equal access to their programs to disabled
- Uses total institutional budget (not just the computing area's budget) in measuring the "reasonableness" of required accommodations for accessibility
The Americans with Disabilities Act ( ADA ) of 1990
- More access to people with disabilities in the American society
- Extends the functional area of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to all public and commercial providers, with few exceptions
- Every institution receiving federal funds and grants must establish and plan greater accessibility compliance
In recent lawsuit, web accessibility for people with disabilities has emerged as a major issue in the United States . Under the federal laws, websites are required to follow all the necessary tools and techniques to facilitate disabled to seek adequate information or navigate a website like any other healthy individual. NFB Vs. Target Corporation has ignited the nation wide debate on the issues related to civil rights and its scope.
The implications of this case can be easily noticed in the website designing and developing. Web site accessibility is not a necessity but it is more of a legal requirement now.
Keeping the requirements and needs of each and every individual, we at SynapseIndia concentrate on making a useful and easily accessible website for our esteemed users by implementing all the latest tools and techniques.
Our expert team of professional web designers tries to accomplish the objectives and goals of the clients in a positive manner. In order to attain global popularity and output, at SynapseIndia we try to put a tinge of vibrancy and safety to serve the target market fully and completely. We strive to develop websites with positive energy and freshness that directly touches the hearts of its users and onlookers. SynapseIndia utilizes all the latest tools and techniques to make our product easily accessible to anyone and provide adequate support to get his or her work done at once