Web accessibility means inclusion, brand boosting, performance growth, better SEO indexing. Taking care of web accessibility allows you to maximize the social impact of your business, increasing profits and complying with the latest European regulations. What are you waiting for?
accessWidget uses an artificial intelligence engine trained on millions of Web pages that allows you to make your site accessible automatically, saving many costly and difficult-to-coordinate man-hours.
We propose a pragmatic approach in the interest of all. No unnecessarily inflated contracts with endless and unjustified reports. We help you achieve full accessibility and then give you the tools to maintain compliance over time in full autonomy.
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Our software does not process any personal data or categories of special data, ex art. 9 Regulation (EU) 2016/679, of the end users of the site on which it is installed. Therefore, the data processed under are in accordance with the European Data Protection Regulation.
"The Province of Lecce strongly believes that accessibility is not a product, but an ongoing process. With this further step, we are breaking down architectural computer barriers: citizen users with blindness, visual impairments, cognitive impairments, motor impairments, epilepsy will have easier and facilitated access".
"The new tool is part of a package of initiatives that the municipal administration is implementing in the area of inclusive digital innovation, with a focus on citizens and their needs. This is made possible thanks to the work of the Municipality's Information Systems sector, which is doing an excellent job on the digital innovation front."
"We chose to do this as a moral duty. The Internet is now a fundamental tool in communication [...] We as a health care company cannot and will not be complicit in the burden of this inequality in the free use of the Web.
"Our administration aims to put the citizen at the centre and has also done so through the creation of the municipality's new institutional website, conceived and designed to be inclusive and to improve the accessibility requirements of digital public services in terms of practicality".
«Siamo uno dei primi enti a livello nazionale che si avvale di una nuova tecnologia per aumentare l’accessibilità di un portale web grazie alla collaborazione con Accessiway».
“La soluzione adottata aiuta ulteriormente le persone con disabilità a navigare con maggiore semplicità tra i vari contenuti digitali. Si tratta di uno strumento personalizzato che aggiunge un tassello importante all’impegnativo lavoro di rimozione delle barriere architettoniche sia fisiche che virtuali.”
"The strength of a brand and a company's attention to the individual are demonstrated by its interest in a type of innovation that is not only technological, but also and above all social. This is why we are proud of the partnership and feel perfectly aligned with AccessiWay, a benchmark in accessibility."
"Casa ArtLab continues to grow, the network of partners is enriched with realities that make innovation their manifesto. We are happy to welcome AccessiWay, a company founded in 2021 with a very clear goal: to make website content accessible to people with different types of disabilities."
WCAG 2.1 is a 1,000-page guide explaining how accessible websites should look and function for people with disabilities, a group that comprises about 20 per cent of the world's population.
The WCAG covers the needs of a wide range of disabilities, in particular blind people and their use of screen-readers such as JAWS, NVDA and Voiceover, people with motor disabilities and their needs for keyboard navigation, people suffering from epilepsy, colour blindness, cognitive and learning disabilities and other visual impairments.
The first WCAG were published in 1999, revised in 2008 as WCAG 2.0 and updated again in 2018 in the form we use today, the 2.1
WCAG 2.1 at AA level: GUIDELINES ESTABLISHING THE STANDARD FOR WEB ACCESSIBILITY LEGISLATION.
THEY HAVE BEEN ISSUED BY A NON-LEGAL BODY, FOR THIS REASON THEY HAVE NO LEGAL VALUE. WCAG2.1AA INSPIRE LEGISLATION;
The very competitive price of annual licences for accessWidget is "affordable" for several reasons.
1- The high number of customers who have decided to use this software to start on the path to accessibility.
2- The fact that it autonomously and automatically carries out more than 75% of the corrections required to fix elements on the site. Without accessWidget, these corrections would have to be carried out manually by IT developers, and this entails a 400% higher expense and significantly longer waiting times.
The user interface will immediately appear on the site. The AI can take up to a maximum of 48 hours to implement all the necessary changes (insert all the information to make the site navigable for people with disabilities). In addition, the longer AccessWidget remains on the site, the easier it will find it to work with any updates of new elements. AccessWidget performs a daily scan of the site, noticing any additions, and then remediates them in an automatic and automated manner.
Yes, through the services offered by AccessiWay it is possible to make any website, App, WebApp or platform accessible, i.e. usable by persons with disabilities (cognitive, visual and motor).
"Accessibility is, to some extent, synonymous with freedom. Freedom to choose, to make one's voice heard and express oneself regardless of disability or personal characteristics. Digital accessibility, today, is the highest expression of this freedom, because it opens doors and paths to those who, until now, have had no voice"
- Dajana Gioffrè, CVO AccessiWay