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The World's Most Robust Accessibility Interface

accessiBe's interface allows every visitor to personally adjust your website's design and UI to their individual need or disability

A fully personalized accessibility experience

How does the accessibility interface work

accessiBe's interface is designed to cover all accessibility requirements relating to the UI and the design of websites.

It allows users with visual impairments (who are not blind as blind users utilize screen-readers) to perfectly match your website's design to their specific needs. From colors and sizes to spacing and emphasis. Everything is covered.

Accessibility Certificate and Statement

As our client, you receive an "Accessibility Statement and Certificate" right within the interface and as PDF to your email. This statement indicates all the adjustments the website has undergone for achieving compliance.

Key Interface Features

The interface covers much more than visuals!

  • For Epileptics

    Stop Animations

    Instantly freeze all animations, gifs, and flashing images

  • For the Motor Impaired

    Virtual Keyboard

    An on-screen keyboard for people who can't use a mouse

  • For Cognitive Disorders

    Online Dictionary

    Allows searching for phrases, abbreviations and concepts

  • For the Motor Impaired

    Quick Navigation

    Let's users reach any important page with a single click

A readable experience

Content Adjustments

The first group of actions enables users to adjust how the content of your site is displayed, so it is as readable as possible to their particular disability. Users with visual impairments like blurred vision or aging sight utilize this group the most.

Section adjustments: Font Adjustments, Readable Font, Emphasise Titles, Emphasise Links, Text Magnifier, Content Scaling, Text Align Left/Right/Center/Justified, Adjust word spacing, Adjust Letter Spacing, Adjust Line Height.

A visually pleasing experience

Color and Display Adjustments

The second group of actions is relating to the colorization of your website. People with various degrees of color blindness may not be able to see your buttons or links due to their color, people with light sensitivity may not be able to surf websites with white backgrounds, and more.

Section adjustments: Invert Colors, High Contrast, High Saturation, Dark Contrast, Light Contrast, Monochrome, Text Colorization, Title Colorization, Background Colorization.

For easy orientation

Navigation Adjustments

The last group of actions is designed to enable people with either visual or motor impairment to navigate through your website effectively. Most users enable the options here by using the Tab (motor impaired) key or their screen-reader (blind), but others do that from the interface.

Section adjustments: Screen-Reader Adjustments, Keyboard Navigation, Hide Images, Mute Sounds, Useful Links, Letter Navigation, Emphasis Focus, Emphasize Hover, Big White Cursor, Big Black Cursor, Accessible Print.

12-built In Languages

accessiBe powers the accessibility of websites all over the world, across many different legislations and regulations, and in 12 different languages.

Online Dictionary

Users with cognitive disorders may find it hard to comprehend certain phrases, language or slang, that our dictionary provides instant meaning for.

The complete accessibility suit

accessiBe Adjustments List

accessiBe provides dozens if not hundreds of adjustments that are designed to achieve WCAG 2.1 AA compliance

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    Full accessibility of hidden elements

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    ALT tag creation using image recognition technology

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    Full adjustment to screen readers including role building

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    Forms accessibility including label matching and error handling

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    Full adjustment to keyboard navigation

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    Advanced keyboard navigation using letter shortcuts

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    Expression, slang, and phrases built-in dictionary

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    Built-in accessibility statement

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    Built-in accessible user guide

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    Adjust font sizes and content scaling

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    12 built-in languages in the interface

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    Dynamic content accessibility (Ajax, Angular, React, Vue...)

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    Built-in feedback form

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    Links and clickable element accessibility

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    Font replacement to more readable fonts

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    Virtual keyboard for motor impairments

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    Modify text spacing and alignments

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    Accessibility of titles and paragraphs

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    Quick skip to the main content and other areas

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    Quick navigation for the blind and motorically impaired

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    Emphasis focuses upon keyboard navigation or mouse hovering

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    Icon and buttons accessibility

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    Align content to the left, right, center or justified

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    Accessibility of page and browser titles

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    Complete tables accessibility

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    Keyboard navigation including dropdowns and popups

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    Change cursor to big black or big white

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    Control of interface size and position

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    Control over title, text and background colors

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    Contrast alteration: lighten, darken, inverse or grayscale

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    Display and emphasize of image descriptions

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    Hide images and background images (distracting elements)

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    Animations halt including GIFs, Videos, CSS, and more

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    Muted mode (for people with hearing devices)

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    Accessible printing mode

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