Document remediation

Deliver accessible documents to every user

Save time and money by letting our certified experts test the accessibility of your forms, PDFs, and other digital documents.

Document accessibility is good business

Document accessibility is good business

Most PDFs and digital documents are filled with accessibility issues that can make it difficult for people with disabilities to understand the content or fill out input fields.

At AudioEye, our document remediation specialists can help you quickly improve the accessibility of your digital documents. After remediation, your documents will have essential features that improve accessibility for all users, including:

  • An easy-to-follow reading order for screen reader users
  • Descriptive links, titles, headers, and other important structural information
  • Searchable text
  • Readable fonts and sufficient color contrast for people with visual impairments


A complete approach to document remediation

At AudioEye, our team combines automation and subject matter expertise to test your documents against international standards like the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and the PDF/UA-1 standards — at a cost that works for your business.

  • Step 1: Evaluate

    We evaluate the content and complexity of your documents and provide next steps on how to make them accessible.

  • Step 2: Remediate

    Our document remediation team works on your documents, using PDF/UA-1 and WCAG standards for guidance.

  • Step 3: Validate

    QA testers validate the remediations using different assistive technology (AT) and browser combinations.

  • Step 4: Deliver

    We return your remediated documents in an accessible format. Timing depends on the level of complexity.


Get compliant with accessible documents


Get compliant with accessible documents

Document accessibility isn’t just good for business; it’s also the law. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines — the global standard for accessibility — require that all website content is accessible to people with disabilities, including PDFs and other digital documents.

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