DIGIaccess in comparison
DIGIaccess is the solution that scans and updates your website on-the-fly. This way we guarantee compliance with WCAG guidelines – even for websites that are updated daily.
If you hire a company to manually adjust the accessibility of your website, you will have to pay several thousand euros. The implementation takes weeks and after a few updates of your website and adjustments in the structure, you again have gaps in accessibility that have to be closed again for a lot of money in a follow-up project.
Accessibility from 57 € per month
Implementation as a project
Accessibility for 4.000 to 50.000 € plus monthly fees
Plugin / Extension
for 0 to 1.000 €
DIGIaccess supports people
DIGIaccess supports older people and those with a disability.
Of course, in compliance with and in accordance with WCAG 2.1, feedback from affected persons and European legislation.
For blind people
The challenges of using websites by blind people is that they rely on screen reader support. However, most web pages have no alternative text for images, no stored ARIA attributes for contextual and behavioral adjustments. Without this information, the screen reader does not help the blind. DIGIaccess examines and analyzes all images and elements on the page and automatically deposits the missing ARIA attributes and the missing ALT tags so that blind users can use the page. ARIA attributes are automatically created and deposited for drop-down menus, forms, pop-up windows, icons and buttons.
For people with epilepsy
For people with photosensitive epilepsy, surfing the Internet can be dangerous: It can happen at any time that a flashing gif or animation triggers a seizure. DIGIaccess therefore includes the option to disable self-starting gifs, animations, videos or patterns. It is estimated that about 5% of all people will have an epileptic seizure once in their life. Epilepsies can occur at any age of life.
For people with visual impairment
For people with visual impairment, it is often not possible to grasp content due to blurred vision, color blindness or other visual impairment. DIGIaccess, therefore, allows each user to make individual settings that render the design and user interface of the website accordingly. Users can change the displayed font size and spacing of texts, change fonts, and also adjust the contrast and color ratios according to their individual needs. Moreover, they can also enlarge the cursor, highlight titles and links, and much more.
For people with physical disabilities
For people with a physical disability, it is often not possible to navigate through the contents of a website using a mouse. DIGIaccess therefore allows each user to make settings that enable them to navigate through the website using a keyboard. Among other things, users can navigate between headings with the H key, between images with the G key, and back to the menu with the M key. Of course, there are many other keyboard navigation options, so that any area of the website can be navigated to.