We’re all aging and likely to have to face a disability at some point in our lives, if we haven’t already. Issues like tremors, poor vision and cognition can make browsing and completing tasks difficult.
That moment in writing a story when I have to increase the font in my doc because I can no longer see clearly— Hanna Kozlowska (@hannakozlowska) October 30, 2020
With helpAccess, users can exploit a variety of features to give themselves a more comfortable and convenient way of browsing. Volume boost helps amplify sound for audio that may be weak while Magnification, Font Adjustments and a suite of visual and other features help make websites clearer and more comprehensible.
Useful for many types of visual difficulties, zoom easily in and out of a web page and slide effortlessly across web pages
Increase volume up by upto 6 times. Useful for people who are short of hearing and also help for audio or video that has lower audibility.
Text in some pages can be illegible due to a bad choice of font or insufficient spacing. The font can be replaced with a readable fonts and spacing can be adjusted between letters, words and lines for a more comfortable reading experience.
About 150 million people with blindness can be more empowered with better access to the web
Around 400 million people navigate the web with difficulty caused by some form of low vision.
Close to 700 million people with dyslexia seek better ways to comprehend the web
Over 300 million people with ADHD need fewer distractions when they’re online
Hundreds of millions of blind, motor impaired and expert users who prefer using only the keyboard to navigate
Everyone can benefit from more productivity, reduced eye strain and better learning and communication capabilities.