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NYDJ selects AudioEye as digital accessibility solution

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Sep '18
Courtesy: NYDJ
Courtesy: NYDJ
AudioEye, the leader in cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) digital content accessibility solutions and a web accessibility company, has been selected by NYDJ to provide a comprehensive and sustainable digital accessibility solution on its corporate site at NYDJ.com. NYDJ is an US-based fashion brand and a pioneer in denim fit technology.

“We are proud to include NYDJ as one of our clients. Their goals are very similar to our own. NYDJ products provide a fashion experience for women that is inclusive for all women, regardless of their height or frame. AudioEye provides an inclusive experience for people no matter what their abilities,” AudioEye CEO Todd Bankofier said in a press release

Through its ally managed service, AudioEye will make the NYDJ.com site more accessible and usable in three phases. In phase I, the AudioEye technology will work in the background of the site to identify the range of accessibility issues and risks, with the most common errors fixed automatically by the company’s dynamic remediation technology. It is this technology, or accelerator, that allows AudioEye to efficiently streamline the process and guarantee speed-to-compliance with ADA-related requirements.

Throughout all phases, the Digital Accessibility Platform, or DAP, automatically detects certain violations of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA Success Criteria, allowing all issues and risks to be tracked and audited. This ensures client sites can grow without alteration to form or function. Working in the background and conducting automated and manual testing, AudioEye will continually monitor the site for sustainable compliance.

In addition to dynamic remediation, both automated and manual testing, and monitoring, upon entering phase III of the preliminary process, the NYDJ site will feature the AudioEye trusted certification, a public display of the company’s ongoing commitment to accessibility and the status of a site’s accessibility. A dedicated help desk, which allows end-users to report any accessibility issues encountered directly to AudioEye, will also be deployed on the site.

“While we understand and appreciate the legal landscape for any entity with an online presence, and especially in the retail space. We have great respect for our clients and partners as they go beyond the minimum requirements of accessibility by providing their end-users with enhanced usability through the Ally Toolbar,” Bankofier said.

The Ally Toolbar, a proprietary assistive tool, allows end-users to personalise and enhance their experience. The Ally Toolbar has considerations including dyslexic fonts, adjustments to colour contrast, font size and navigation, keyboard controls, a player that will read visitors content and the ability to use voice commands to navigate; the toolbar serves individuals who face barriers from low vision to paraplegia. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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