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accessFindDUE Q3 2021
The internet is where we order groceries, buy clothes, pay rent, find an electrician, and so much more. Millions of people with disabilities struggle to accomplish these tasks because less than 2% of websites are accessible and therefore too difficult to find. accessFind is here to change that.
accessFind is the world's first search engine showing ONLY accessible websites as results. With accessFind, users with disabilities have the opportunity to use hundreds of thousands of accessible websites they couldn't get to or known about before.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingProject status: finalizingready
accessFlowDUE Q4 2021
accessFlow is an all-in-one web accessibility platform for engineering teams, solo developers, web designers, and accessibility remediation experts. The purpose of accessFlow is to be the dashboard for all of your projects' accessibility needs and provide the developers everything they need to ensure accessibility is always at its best. From monitoring, alerting, suggesting, and tracking to simplifying accessibility development with CI/CD pipelines and testing automation.
Using accessFlow's User-Flow feature, companies can ensure that all their user-flows are accessible for various assistive technologies. If a flow isn't accessible, accessFlow will fail the version build (so companies won't ship inaccessible apps and code), alert the developers, and suggest fixes. Example of user-flows: (1) making a wire transfer using the bank's web/mobile application. (2) Sending a private message to a Slack channel member. (3) Paying rent in a property management app, etc.
Lastly, accessFlow also provides professional services and best practices that are all designed to help professionals build applications and websites with NATIVE accessibility built into the development lifecycle and tech stacks.pendingstartedprogressProject status: progressfinalizingready
accessCampusDUE Q1 2022
accessCampus is an online web-accessibility learning platform designed to take the complex world of web accessibility, disabilities, and WCAG, and simplify and streamline the learning experience. The platform will feature an interactive self-learning experience following a strict syllabus with videos, reading materials, lectures, WCAG qualifications, quizzes, and tests designed and delivered by accessibility experts and from users with various disabilities sharing their personal experiences.
With accessCampus, professionals like web engineers, designers, and product managers can easily and effectively learn how web accessibility works, how to create Native Accessibility in their products and services, and how to maintain accessibility.pendingstartedprogressProject status: progressfinalizingready
accessHub - Education & AwarenessDUE Q4 2021
accessHub is a nonprofit initiative combining different activities that are all related to education regarding disability and accessiblity. The idea behind accessHub is to produce and combine many different resources on video and textual, alongside live webinars and lectures, made by leading disability-focused organizations and nonprofits alongside accessiBe, that are all designed to open the hearts and minds of businesses towards disabilities and accessibility.
For example, the recent "Unstoppables" Nation-wide TV campaign accessiBe had run which was written and produced alongside and by people with disabilities and was featured and watched by dozens of millions of Americans.
We believe that the right content produced and directed by people with disabilities, pushed with the right resources and guidance from accessiBe, can have a significant impact on businesses and the general population.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingProject status: finalizingready
Helping Open-Source Web InfrastructuresDUE Q3 2022
Taking part in making the web infrastructures as accessible as possible by joining open-source web systems and communities and contributing from our resources, knowledge, and products to the future of the open web.
Open source projects like WordPress and React and amazing tools that help drive web development forward. As part of our contribution, we'll provide the teams working on such open-source projects access to our development tools like accessBoard, accessFlow, and accessCampus so they can incorporate Native Accessibility into the frameworks and systems right from the infrastructure level.pendingProject status: pendingstartedprogressfinalizingready
a11y Agency AcquisitionDUE Q3 2021
As part of evolving into a full accessibility hub, we are looking to extend our knowledge, skills, and services by integrating a leading web accessibility consultancy, testing, and remediation agency into our current and future services and products.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingreadyProject status: ready
4th Accessibility Testing Focus GroupDUE Q3 2021
We believe in continuous improvement of user experience and therefore we are recruiting our fourth testing group in order to increase the number of tests for accessiBe’s current products and those planned for the future. The group will be made up of a team leader and four people with various disabilities.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingreadyProject status: ready
Community Support TeamDUE Q1 2021
accessiBe is stepping up its support efforts and creating a dedicated team that aims to proactively search for accessiBe users, and connect with them to get feedback and provide technical support where the conversations happen. The team is made up of support, customer service, and accessibility experts.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingreadyProject status: ready
Joining W3CDUE Q1 2021
By joining the W3C we want to participate and contribute to the creation and improvement of web accessibility standards and guidelines. We want to take part in the global efforts to educate developers, designers, and others in the web ecosystem on the importance of accessibility and inclusion.pendingstartedprogressfinalizingreadyProject status: ready