We believe that everyone should be able to use our kiosks and to back that up, all of our designs meet the standards set in the latest Americans with Disabilities Act.
New Americans with Disability Act standards were adopted by the Department of Justice in September 2010 and took effect March 15, 2012, replacing the original ADA standards. The revised standards help create buildings and facilities that are accessible to more than 54 million Americans with disabilities.
The ADA requires that all new construction of places of public accommodation and commercial facilities be accessible. These include a wide range of entities, such as office buildings, restaurants, hotels, theaters, doctors' offices, pharmacies, retail stores, museums, libraries, parks, private schools, and daycare centers.
If you are considering a new kiosk deployment or are making updates to an existing project, these requirements may apply. Ignoring them can put your business or organization at risk for lawsuits that can result in a court order, monetary damages and/or civil penalties.
For specific dimensions and more information, please visit ADAKiosks.com.
Meeting ADA guidelines is just one of the many ways we've made our kiosks easy for visitors to use.
Throughout our design process, we test with physical prototypes to ensure that our kiosks present your tablet at the right height and angle for viewing and touch interaction by a variety of users.
We focus on details like stability that make using our kiosks more comfortable. We talk to previous customers to learn about different use cases and how our kiosks perform in the field and then loop that feedback back into our design process.