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accessiBe's AI is responsible for handling the most challenging aspects of web accessibility - screen-reader and keyboard navigation adjustments for the blind and the motor impaired. Prior to accessiBe, these could only be achieved manually.
We, humans, know that a certain element is a button or some layout is a menu, because of past experiences, context, and visual cues. We don't care how It's coded, we care what it looks like.
accessiBe's AI applies the same "thinking" process as it analyzes a site - it visually matches the website's elements and behaviors to millions of other encounters it had prior, to learn from context - what do they actually do, and what is their purpose on the page.
When I saw accessiBe I almost started to cry. I texted a co-worker after midnight about the possibility of finally achieving ADA compliance.
accessiBe scans all images of the site and if they lack alternative text (Alt tags), it will extract the embedded text using OCR, and learn the objects that comprise the image using IRIS.
Then, accessiBe will automatically provide accurate and elaborate alternative text to any of these images, when a blind user with a screen-reader enters the site.
accessiBe has lead to a huge reduction in developer costs. It saved my team so much time.
Prior to accessiBe, maintaining compliance was an even bigger challenge than achieving it. Every update a site undergoes - every popup, form, menu item, blog post, image or product added or edited without manually ensuring compliance, would have introduced an accessibility hole. And In just a few updates, compliance is completely broken.
accessiBe's AI re-scans every page of every site at a minimum rate of once every 24 hours, ensuring new updates are being remediated to compliance instantly.
Look no further, I don't usually even write reviews but I just had to give a good word about these guys. The service is outstanding.
Wondering how the technology is being applied on live websites? watch our CEO explains everything down to the code level
The accessibility interface instantly appears on your website
accessiBe AI starts scanning and analyzing your website
After up to 48 hours, your website is fully compliant and certified
Every 24 hours, the AI scans for new and revised content to fix
Some of the most common website elements are also the biggest challenges to make accessible. Learn how our AI solves this!
Shift the focus to the popup, lock It's navigation, and enable dismissal with Esc
Identify and interpret to screen-readers, navigate through the bar with the arrow keys
Opens with arrow-down/Enter, closes with the Esc key, locks up navigation focus
Identify text and link elements that behave as buttons, enable keyboard operation
Announce field requirements and validations, identify error messages and successes
Provide accurate alternative texts that include embedded text as well as objects
Identify their purpose correctly - is it search? cart? carousel navigation? review stars?
Label empty or insufficient link texts - identify links that open new windows
Skip blocks, identify landmarks, provide feedback, describe frames and more
All images must have an Alt attribute (some people call it a tag although it’s really an attribute), that properly describes the objects in the image, and if the image contains texts (like typical banners) then the embedded text must also be present in the alt attribute.
Icons don’t really have much of a guideline, because there isn’t such a thing as an “ICON” tag or element. Icons are usually being used with links or buttons, to describe some kind of action. So, the requirements for making icons accessible is pretty much the same as making links and buttons compliant. Every icon must include a description of Its purpose or action.
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