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The World-Leading Web Accessibility Technology

accessiBe is a game-changer in web accessibility, making the entire process to full compliance 100% automatic and immediate, using machine-learning and computer vision technologies.

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Here’s how it works

accessiBe utilizes two applications that together achieve full compliance. The accessibility interface is responsible for all the UI and design-related adjustments, while the AI-powered background process handles optimizations for screen-reader and for keyboard navigation (the most complex requirements).

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Foreground Application: the Accessibility Interface

accessiBe's interface enables users with visual impairments to adjust the design and UI of your website, so it perfectly meets their accessibility needs according to the WCAG 2.1 guidelines at the AA and AAA levels.

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Content Adjustments
Color & Display Adjustments
Navigation Adjustments
Screen-reader and keyboard navigation

Background Application: AI-Powered Processes

accessiBe's Contextual Understanding AI technology is responsible for handling the most complex requirements - screen-reader and keyboard navigation adjustments, using machine learning and computer vision.

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Screen-reader Adjustments
Keyboard Navigation Adjustments
24/7 Maintenance

Developed Side-By-Side with People with Disabilities

accessiBe's first stable version took 18 months of daily development in collaboration with people with disabilities that still continues on today. Blind people, motor and visually impaired people, epileptics and others are all a vital part of our research & development. 

“Developing accessiBe side-by-side with the people who are using it on a daily basis is the secret sauce to our success.”
Shir Ekerling, accessiBe CEO

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How do blind people interact with accessiBe?

The only solution that ensures compliance at any time, even for websites that update daily.

Hiring a company to manually remediate your website's accessibility means paying tens of thousands of dollars for a product that costs as much as a car, takes weeks to turnaround, and that completely breaks in just a few months.

The reason is that websites are dynamic in nature and update all the time! every time you update your site after the initial remediation project, you introduce an "accessibility hole". The more updates, the more holes, and in just 2-3 updates, your website becomes entirely non-compliant again.

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AI Solution
Options checkmarkThe only automatic solution circleAudioEye, User1st & more circleUserWay, WP Access & more
Compliance checkmarkWCAG 2.1, ADA, s508 & more circleDepends on project scope circleDo not comply with legislation
Pricing checkmarkPrice start at $490/year circle$5,000 - $50,000/year circleFree to low cost subscriptions
Turnaround checkmarkUp to 48 hours from installation circleProjects take 3-26 weeks circleNo full turnaround
Success Rate checkmarkIndustry highest success rate circleDrops to 50% within 6 months circle5% - 15% of the requirements
Maintenance checkmarkRe-scanning every 24 hours circleRequire additional services circleNo maintenance included

The effortless process of
becoming compliant with us

  • checkmark WCAG 2.1
  • checkmark ADA Title III
  • checkmark Section 508
  • checkmark EAA/EN 301549
  • 01.

    Install a single line of JavaScript code

  • 02.

    The accessibility interface instantly appears on your website

  • 03.

    accessiBe AI starts scanning and analyzing your website

  • 04.

    After up to 48 hours, your website is fully compliant and certified

  • 05.

    Every 24 hours, the AI scans for new and revised content to fix

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Disabilities that accessiBe covers

accessiBe covers a wide array of disabilities all in adherence to the WCAG 2.1, user feedback and worldwide legislation

Web accessibility for blind people

Screen-reader optimization for blind users

  • Challenges using websites: Blind people rely on screen readers to get around online, but most websites lack alternative texts for images, ARIA attributes for context and behavior-related adjustments that screen-readers rely on. 
  • How accessiBe overcomes the challenges: accessiBe uses machine learning to scan, analyze, and interpret every element on the page the same way sighted users do. Then, it uses ARIA attributes and various behavior adjustments to provide full context to screen readers, allowing blind users to navigate and browse through sites accurately.

    Dropdown menus, forms, pop-ups, icons, and buttons are all included in the process. additionally, it uses computer vision to provide accurate descriptions for images.
Web accessibility for the motor impaired

Keyboard navigation optimization for the motor impaired

  • Challenges using websites: Users with motor disabilities, muscle weakness, arthritis, or injuries causing difficulty directing and clicking with a mouse, rely solely on the keyboard to operate websites. Most websites don’t support keyboard-only navigation and operation. 
  • How accessiBe overcomes the challenges: accessiBe’s Contextual Understanding AI engine automatically makes the necessary changes on a code level, enabling users to navigate the entire site using just their keyboard. By using the Tab key, the arrow keys, the ESC key, and various letter keys, users without a mouse can handle everything from pop-ups to forms, and dropdown menus to buttons.
Web accessibility for people with cognitive disorders

On-page, live dictionary/glossary for people with cognitive disorders

  • Challenges using websites: People with various cognitive disorders, elderly people and people after brain injuries often read web pages but don't understand many of the connections, phrases, and wording. This makes it difficult for them to browse effectively. 
  • How accessiBe overcomes the challenges: The accessibility interface includes a built-in dictionary, making it easy for users to check the meaning of slang, abbreviations, or phrases they don't understand, as well as references to famous people, places, or events.
Web accessibility for Epileptics

Stopping all flashing animations to prevent epileptic seizures

  • Challenges using websites:  For people with photo-sensitive epilepsy, the internet is a minefield, because the next webpage could have a flashing gif or animation that triggers a seizure.
  • How accessiBe overcomes the challenges: The accessibility interface includes a dedicated button labeled “Stop Animations,” which immediately freezes any flashing gifs, animations, videos, or patterns that could affect people with photo-sensitive epilepsy. 
Web accessibility to the visually impaired

UI and design adjustments for the visually impaired

  • Challenges using websites: Websites often display content that is almost impossible for users with blurred vision, color blindness, or other vision impairment to read, due to font, color, and contrast choices.
  • How accessiBe overcomes the challenges: Through the accessibility interface, users can adjust the design and the UI of the site according to their specific needs.

    Users can change the scaling, sizing and spacing on texts without losing content or usability, alter fonts and even change contrast and color ratios. Moreover, they can also enlarge the cursor, emphasizes titles and links, add mouse framing to elements, and more.