Listen to the Audio Internet®
Mobility. Usability. Accessibility.
People with disabilities rely on technology not only as a source of independence but as an important tool to navigate the world. Electronic information technology (and open access to it) is as important, if not more important, to a user with a disability as it is to any other user. However, accessing electronic information technology (or web content) using traditional accessibility tools such as screen readers and magnifying software can be tedious and expensive as the burden is always on the disabled user to either pay for the software or locate public accessibility resources that tend to be few and far between. With AudioEye, this burden is removed. The Audio Internet® Accessibility platform generates, maintains, and presents the user with an interactive, fully accessible audio-equivalent of your website.
Accessibility considers a wide range of forms and variations ranging from blindness, partial vision loss, color perception deficiencies, deaf, hard of hearing, impaired mobility or dexterity in their hands, cognitive conditions such as dyslexia, and other impaired senses common in older individuals. In addition, demand for accessibility is growing. As the population ages, there are more tech-savvy users facing sensory and mobility impairment – all requiring accessible websites. AudioEye was built with these differentiating disability characteristics in mind. The AudioEye solution provides tools unique to each impairment, creating an all-encompassing accessibility solution wrapped up into a single platform. From users with complete vision loss to those with low sight or users that are hard of hearing or just learning to read, the AudioEye accessibility solution provides the tools to enhance the web access experience. In this way, every user benefits from an AudioEye enabled website.
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