According to WHO, 15% of the world’s population have a disability that hinders them from appropriately navigating the web. That’s approximately 1 billion people!
By making your website more accessible, you are giving everyone the opportunity to perceive, understand, and interact with your website.
XCompliant is developed to address the struggles and needs of people with disabilities in surfing the web. This was made possible by ensuring that the features would cater to and keep up with their difficulties in terms of browsing and interaction with websites. Continuous development is done to significantly enhance user experience.
Our customizable profiles can help those with:
- Motor and Mobility
- Color Blindness
- Blurred Vision
- Cognitive Disorders
- And more…
XCompliant has a different set of tools that will enable the users to modify the site in the best way possible. This app is powered by AI Technology which handles keyboard navigation and screen reader optimization for the blind and motor-impaired.
Users with visual impairments will have an accessible interface that has design adjustments that they can modify according to their needs such as sizing, colors, fonts, saturation, contrasts, and a lot more.
Photo-sensitive epilepsy can be triggered by content that flickers, flashes or blinks. There are contents that can induce seizures like certain visual patterns, which can also cause reactions even though they are not animated. XCompliant has an aspect that can help with all these. A user can cease all flashes or blinks that might trigger an attack. Color combinations can be modified as well.
Users who suffer from cognitive disorders, such as ADD/ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and others, face difficulty in comprehending websites and aren’t able to fully understand the content. XCompliant ensures that the content is presented in ways without losing information or structure, ease of navigation, access to a dictionary, and adjustments that users can modify to easily navigate a website.
How can XCompliant help persons with different types of disabilities?