Web Personalization Tools
Complying with Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 is about fixing digital experiences for end-users leveraging their own assistive technology. While this addresses an important need and should be the focus of any organization, a much larger demographic of users (many of whom do not self-identify - or report - themselves as having a disability or impairment) may benefit from the availability of free user-friendly tools that allow them to customize and optimize their digital experience.
The AudioEye Web Personalization Tools allow organizations to provide their site visitors with a fully customizable user experience that is tailored to their individual needs, regardless of their device type, language preference, or preferred method of access.
The free assistive tools made available within websites enabled with the AudioEye solution have benefits for all site visitors, but, in particular, aging populations and individuals who have vision, hearing, motor and intellectual (cognitive) disabilities, those who are color blind, dyslexic, are learning to read, learning a second language, or may prefer listening instead of reading.
Ally Toolbar Includes:
Reliable support from accessibility experts
Help Desk provides a form for end users to report accessibility and usability related issues. AudioEye Engineers remediate issues and notify end-users.
Show commitment to accessibility and inclusion
Certification Statements will be published via an option available to site visitors from the Ally Toolbar. In addition and if applicable, AudioEye to update Customer’s Accessibility Statement to promote the AudioEye Certification.
Customize the visual display of a website
Allows end-users to easily customize the visual display of the page, including: zoom, contrast, and font.
Listen to the content of a web page read aloud
End-users may engage a Player utility that mirrors the features and functions of traditional screen reader software, allowing the user to engage with the web environment by using their keyboard (instead of a mouse) and listening to content instead of reading.
Command the browser using your voice
Provides visitors with the option of using their voice to command the browser experience
Simplified, consistent, keyboard-friendly
Simplifies and optimizes the site menu for keyboard users and individuals with cognitive disabilities.
Page Elements Menu
Built-in keyboard shortcuts
Provides keyboard users and screen reader users with options to quickly navigate keyboard focus to different areas of the webpage.
Personalized user experience
Allows users to customize their settings to meet their individual preferences
Simply put, the Ally Toolbar is the most inclusive web personalization tool there is.
Within the Ally Toolbar, each assistive tool made available from the toolbar may be engaged, individually, or combined with one another. This capability is foundational to our latest patent filed this year with the USPTO, entitled, “Modular Systems and Methods for Selectively Enabling Cloud-Based Assistive Technologies.”
By addressing the highest number of specific use-cases, possible, this modularity enables our clients’ site visitors with a robust toolset that is designed to provide benefit for all individuals with diverse abilities. At the same time, these tools are optimized in a universally designed user interface that presents all websites enabled with the technology, in the same manner.