The #1 Fully Automated
Web Accessibility Solution
for ADA & WCAG Compliance
Web accessibility remediation
According to ADA title III, every business website has to be accessible to people with disabilities, or it will be at risk of being sued and facing unnecessary legal expenses. We recommend use of our AI and machine learning web accessibility solution to solve this problem. According to our research, this is the most affordable and simple solution in the market today.
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One year plan : starts at $490/year
Accessibility helps people with...
limitation that prevents them from moving or operating freely. Among the groups included are those suffering from Parkinson's disease , elbow injuries, bone and organ injuries (eg arthritis, hand fracture, knee erosion, nerve palsy, Duchenne, etc.) and of course limb amputations. Keyboard navigation back-end adjustments are what most legislation requires.
is a central nervous system (neurological) disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures or periods of unusual behavior, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness. Seizures can be triggered by videos, GIPH’s, and flashing animations and other moving content that flickers or flashes, especially when it is done rapidly. Front-end adjustments to stop risk-tolerant content is what most legislation requires
Visual impairments such as color blindness, cataracts, and glaucoma usually need Font, media or contrast related front-end adjustments. The fully blind use screen-readers and back-end adjustments to those screen readers are what most legislation requires.
Cognitive and Learning disabilities
In regards to internet use, cognitive issues are obstructive when it comes to understanding certain terminology or expressions on a website. The most common is aging but also include ADD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and the autism spectrum . Front-end adjustments like an online dictionary that defines terms and expressions can assist with these impairments.
LIMITATIONS OF OUR SERVICES
Web Accessibility Audit
An accessibility audit is an evaluation of how well your product supports the needs of web users with disabilities, carried out by our expert accessibility consultants and people with disabilities.
The only way to conduct an audit is manually and we do not provide this as a service. With accessiBe’s automatic remediation, you do not necessarily need an audit.
The Section 508, WCAG 2.0, and ADA accessibility audit testing costs 1000’s of dollars if done properly by a web accessibility expert.