Artificial Intelligence Compliance solution
Your site is scanned daily for any new content, and changes to the WCAG standard are made in the core software and pushed out automatically to deliver the latest ADA solution.
The ADA is the Americans with Disabilities Act, passed almost 30 years ago in 1990. This act was originally put in motion pertaining solely to physical location. It requires establishments to provide people with disabilities easy access to various levels throughout the business. This act was set to achieve an equal experience to all people, handicapped or not.
In 2016, the ADA began to include web presence. This standard has now been updated to include many requirements and is referred to as WCAG 2.1, ADA, Section 508 and EN 301549
Lawsuits have since been on the rise, targeting commercial businesses with websites not compliant with the ADA. Common types of businesses hit with lawsuits: hotels, restaurants, and retail shops.
Simply put, these lawsuits occur when websites are not properly coded to assist those with disabilities. For example, a website that does not provide ADA compliant technology, like screen-readers, for those who are blind.
From 2017-2018, lawsuits for ADA website compliance increased by 177%, with more than 2,258 filed in 2018 – up from 814 in 2017. New York and Florida were dubbed the busiest jurisdictions, with fourteen other states making the charts. The top nine being:
This is an AI-powered solution that is revolutionizing the industry by making web accessibility simple, automatic, immediate and affordable, in compliance with the WCAG 2.1, ADA, Section 508 and other worldwide legislation. For example, images are scanned using Google’s image algorithms to create an ADA compliant definition of the image that can be read through an audio reader by someone who is blind.
The accessibility interface includes UI and design features such as sizing, colors and spacing and adjusts your website, to make it operable using a screen reader (for blind people) and the Keyboard (for the motor impaired). The AI process includes several solutions: ALT (alternate text) attribute creation for images using image recognition and OCR technologies, form label creation and handling link/button icons using a contextual understanding technology, as well as fixing popups, menus, dropdown, forms, and more.
Users can increase and decrease font size, change its family (type), adjust spacing, alignment, line height, and more.
Users can select various color contrast profiles such as light, dark, inverted, and monochrome. Additionally, users can swap color schemes of titles, texts, and backgrounds, with over 7 different color options.
Users with epilepsy can stop all running animations at the click of a button. This includes videos, GIFs and CSS flashing transitions.
uUers can emphasize important elements, such as links and titles. They can also highlight particular focused or hovered elements.
Users with hearing devices may experience headaches or other issues due to automatic audio playing. This option allows users to mute the entire website instantly.
We utilize a search engine that is linked to Wikipedia and Wiktionary, allowing people with cognitive disorders to decipher meanings of phrases, initials, slang, and more.
Users can change the cursor’s color and sizing, view in printing mode, enable a virtual keyboard, and much more.