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B2B Marketing Expo 2019 California
Oct 2, 2019
B2B Marketing Expo 2019, the only marketing event you need to attend in California! An incredible 300 suppliers providing all the latest technologies, strategies and breakthroughs that are transforming our performance as marketers, while also gaining invaluable advice from the teams behind some of the world’s biggest and most successful brands!
We were very happy to take part in this amazing event and to show how
our new AI technology can transform any website accessible, and meets
all international accessibility standards, The WCAG 2.1 AA, US- ADA
section 508, EN 301549.
We were very proud to share the stage with
the likes of Nike, IBM, Microsoft, Google, Social Chain and PWC, and
have access to a full program of expert-led masterclasses.
From now on, users can access accessibility functions like Voice Navigation, Color Adjustments, and Image Descriptors, among others. The Fnac website is now more accessible for users with different types of disabilities, including seniors.
Closed captions for videos and audio content enable people with hearing impairments to understand the content. EqualWeb has become the first web accessibility vendor to provide a video and audio closed captions option for people with disabilities as part of its automatic services.
The unique benefit of the function is that it’s entirely automatic. Moreover, as the website owner, you can modify the automatic generic text if you find a mismatch between the video and the text (the AI may miss a few words here and there), using the Captions Editor in your dashboard.
The closed captions function includes a simple on-and-off activation button, a rating vote for feedback purposes, a new transcription window over the video or audio element, and a captions download option. The captions’ font conforms to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 standards for easily accessible fonts.
An accessible design for a website means that the website is designed and developed in a way that makes it usable and understandable for people with disabilities. This includes people with visual, auditory, physical, cognitive, and neurological disabilities.