helpAccess can give everyone a better browsing experience. With
features to help increase focus, develop language skills and
themes to reduce eye strain, helpAccess aids in increasing
performance and productivity.
After all, better accessibility helps everyone.
Accessibility as a mainstay of your sites is so important. When I have migraines, being able to turn to dark mode helps so much. I can only imagine how much users would appreciate all sites having more accessible features. #a11y #webdevelopment #workfromhome #beKindToYourUsers— Sui (They/She) (@ECSYoungCodes) September 28, 2020
The power to personalize your web means making it work better for you and ultimately translates to higher productivity and better outcomes. Reader mode, highlighters, reading mask, stop animation and other features help increase focus.
Enabling dark mode, modifying contrast and changing font and background colours and styles can help reduce eye strain especially while using computers for extended periods. Enabling blue light filters, especially leading up to bedtime can greatly impact quality of sleep.
Text to speech, dictionaries and picture dictionaries help not only people with dyslexia to learn and comprehend but also a large number of students and people worldwide who use english as a second language. People can improve reading ability, communicate better and be more interactive at work or school.
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
Hundreds of millions of a growing elderly population can benefit from customized websites