Here's how governments demand and enforce web accessibility
accessiBe applies machine-learning to scan, analyze and modify your site's code and behavior so it complies with legislation
accessiBe ensures every action that can be done with a mouse, can also be done using JUST the keyboard - from hovering to clickingRead More
Using the ARIA attributes, accessiBe's AI enables JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, Chromevox and other screen-readers to properly interpret your siteRead More
accessiBe's robust interface enables users with disabilities to visually adjust your website's design to their specific needs in a matter of secondsRead More
Users with cognitive disorders use accessiBe's built-in dictionary/glossary to ensure they fully comprehend your website's contentRead More
We make the internet accessible for everyone, no matter the disability, disorder, illness, or injury in question
Saving our clients from lawsuits while helping users with disabilities engage with the internet is just our everyday
"My name is Tara, Director of Client Services at SellSide Media. As a marketing agency, our goal is to drive growth for our clients, and accessibility was never really discussed. At least until recently, as a revenue driver. But now that being compliant is as simple as adding a line of code we believe that our clients will benefit not only from avoiding litigation but..."
"Hi, I'm Sisi and I'm 47 years old, and I've been blind since birth. I've been using technology for many many years now for almost any aspect of my life. Once you're heavily dependent on technology an inaccessible website with poor interaction with the screen reader can make things much more difficult. You know those colorful ads on the internet with beautiful women..."
"Hi, my name is Neil, owner of a boutique Italian restaurant called Pozza. We are a boutique restaurant and as such, we have put a lot of effort into building a beautiful website to showcase our place, our food, and everything else. Problem is, this beautiful website got us sued, twice. Now, the first lawsuit was prior to accessiBe and to settle it, we asked our web..."
"Hi, my name is Joseph, and I suffer from quadriplegia. This means I'm paralyzed from my chest down. I basically can't move my fingers, I can only do certain movements with my wrists. I'm 27 years old, and I'm studying data science. I really love technology. I'm constantly on the web engaging with software, like most of us today. But when I visit a website that is not..."
"My name is Itai, I'm a Project Manager here at Market Across. accessiBe has helped us in many ways. One of the challenges we face is providing our clients with websites that look and operate impeccably while maintaining accessibility and compliance, which can sometimes conflict. We started by doing the compliance work manually for each project, but that was a hell of..."
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