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UserWay’s full AI-Powered Accessibility Widget (full ADA/WCAG 2.1 compliance):
UserWay’s full AI-Powered Accessibility Widget enables all of the features and functions of the free widget, as well as the following automatic, back-end and front-end logic & remediation layers to accelerate ADA and WCAG compliance.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.4)
Cycles on-screen texts through four different levels of text-size increases. Makes every part of your site instantly more readable.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.12)
Modify text and line spacing for improved readability for dyslexic and visually impaired users. Offers three degrees of adjustments for a personalized and more accessible reading experience.
Increases the standard cursor size by 400% to ensure the pointer always remains in sight. Allows for faster and more accessible navigation through hyperlinks, tabs, and form elements.
Emphasize links, buttons, and other interactive elements in clear, high-contrast colors that are easy to identify. Highlights clickable items for easier site usability, navigation, and overall accessibility.
WCAG 2.1 (2.3)
Pauses content that moves or auto-updates that is considered an accessibility barrier. Stops animations, blinking, and flashing content that distracts and may trigger seizures.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.3, 1.4.6)
Boost the contrast of all site elements with a high contrast light color theme. One-click remediation to inaccessible and non-compliant low contrast elements, texts, buttons & form fields.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.3, 1.4.6)
Boost the contrast of all site elements with a high contrast dark color theme. One-click remediation to inaccessible and non-compliant low contrast elements, texts, buttons and form fields.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.1)
Full color inversion for all site elements providing greater perceived color depth, making texts significantly easier to read while reducing eye strain for color blind and visually impaired users.
WCAG 2.1 (1.4.1)
Desaturates all colors on the page. An important accessibility function that helps users with deuteranopia, tritanopia, and other forms of color blindness to better distinguish your site’s content.
WCAG 2.1 (3.3.2)
Shows alternative text and aria labels for on-screen elements with a simple mouse hover. Tooltips are prominent, high contrast, and easy to read for low-vision users with accessibility needs.
Converts the cursor into a high contrast horizontal reading guide. Focuses and guides the eyes to reduce eye strain for users who are visually impaired, dyslexic, cognitively disabled, and users with Presbyopia.
Converts stylized fonts into accessible fonts and font weights that are essential for visually impaired and dyslexic users who find nonstandard fonts confusing or difficult to read.
UserWay's Dyslexia Friendly Font enhances readability for those with dyslexia and provides an easier and more fluid reading experience that is tailored to site visitors with dyslexia.
WCAG 2.1 (2.4)
Quickly reveal page headings, landmarks and links in a clear, structured, easily navigable and accessible manner. Helps both disabled and non-disabled users find the content they want, faster.
Accessibility options can be mixed and matched in any combination to suit the personal accessibility needs of each individual user, and saved for future site visits. Resets all options back to "off" state.
UserWay's industry-leading screen reader reads aloud all page contents without needing to install an external screen reader.
WCAG 2.1, §2.1
Enables users to navigate web pages using only a keyboard. Helps mobility- and visually-impaired users quickly move through website pages to access the information they need without using a mouse or pointer device.
WCAG 2.1, §1.1.1
AI- & ML-powered image recognition automatically provides high-accuracy image alts & descriptions of non-text content for users relying on screen readers. Site admins can approve or modify alt text to ensure it accurately reflects each remediated element.
WCAG 2.1, §3.3.2
Creates essential form field labels, 'required/mandatory' attributes, and more for screen readers to communicate the intention and expected value by the user for each interactive form field.
WCAG 2.1, §3.1
Gives users access to dictionary lookups without needing to leave the website. Essential for those with cognitive disabilities, non-native English speakers, and more.
WCAG 2.1, §2.4.6
Ensures an accessible heading structure (hierarchical, sequential) for each page on your site. Essential for users relying on keyboard navigaton, accessible hotkeys and screen readers.
WCAG 2.1, §3.3.1
Notifies users of any errors encountered during form submissions. Provides contextual info for each field that requires a correction to ensure a successful form submission.
WCAG 2.1, §2.1.1
Automatically remediates any non-interactive elements with mouse or keyboard handlers by ensuring they are fully focusable and accessible with keyboard navigation and other assistive technologies.
WCAG 2.1, §2.2.2
Gives users play/pause control over videos on the page. Allows site visitors to choose when content plays to prevent distractions and reduce any triggers that may cause seizures or epileptic events.
WCAG 2.1., §3.2.5
Opening new tabs or windows without warning can be very disorienting for blind users, particularly those relying on screen readers or other assistive technologies. Such links are automatically remediated with a clear announcement to the user.
WCAG 2.1, §2.4.4
Updates ambiguous anchor texts to ensure the purpose of the link is conveyed. Disambiguates links such as “click here”, “download” and “read more” by automatically adding context for readers relying on screen readers.
WCAG 2.1, §4.1.1
Automatically remediate any broken links that don't point to live sources. Broken links diminish the user experience for all users but especially for blind users and for users with low vision, mobility impairment, or cognitive disabilities.
WCAG 2.1, §1.2.2
Provides captioning for video content. Essential for users who are deaf, have hearing loss, or prefer captions to audio.
WCAG 2.1, §2.4.2
Creates required element titles when they are missing or unclear. Helps users and assistive technology to understand the page structure its components.
WCAG 2.1, §2.4.7, §1.4.13
Ensures a visual indicator of focus for users who rely on keyboards to navigate, and automatically applies a remediation if one is missing.
WCAG 2.1, §3.1.1
Automatically remediates missing language attributes on each page. This is essential for users who rely on assistive technology like screen readers, braille translators, and voice recognition software.
WCAG 2.1, §1.1, §3.1
Updates PDFs linked to or embedded in your site to ensure their contents are accessible for users relying on screen readers and other assistive tech.
WCAG 3.0, future COGA
Searches for and alerts site owners to potentially harmful or inappropriate content on their website and suggests alternative language that can be approved, rejected, or altered.
Align site texts left, right or center to ensure a personalized and more accessible reading experience
Increase line height to ensure more comfortable spacing for more fluid interaction with on-site texts.
Ensures that prices on your site are fully accessible to assistive technologies. Critical for e-commerce stores.
Instantly translate your site into 40+ languages to make it more accessible for non-native speakers, people with language acquisition difficulties and people with learning disabilities.
"Smart Contrast" feature will ensure all of your site colors are fully ADA compliant, giving you the power to ensure your site colors meet WCAG 2.1 AA or even AAA.
And hundreds of more AI-Poweredfunctions that ensure WCAG & ADA compliance!