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Publish Accessible Content

Get everyone to enjoy your content—including the 1 billion people in the world who have visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive impairments.

High-quality experiences for everyone

A good experience doesn’t dwindle down—regardless of impairments.

Go beyond offering a simplified ‘accessible’ download of your content.

Accessible navigation on both mobile and desktop devices (all bells and whistles included)!

Allow anyone to access text, products, imagery and video directly from your main experience.

Minimize legal risk surrounding accessibility

Many governments take accessibility seriously and have put laws in place for it. Examples include the Web and Mobile Accessibility Directive in the European Union and the Americans with disabilities act (ADA) in the US. Most of these laws require you to follow the golden standard in web accessibility guidelines: WCAG.

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Create content that’s fully keyboard-accessible

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People with motor disabilities often rely on a keyboard or use specialized hardware to mimic keyboard input. With Publitas, your content can always be fully experienced using just a keyboard.

Ensure screen readers understand your content

Screen readers and Publitas are best friends. All your content—ranging from the text in your publication to a product hotspot or an image—is readable by screen readers.
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Design with accessibility in mind

A large part of ensuring accessibility comes from setting up your content with accessibility in mind.
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Content accessibility assessment

Ensure your content plays nice with all our accessibility features.

We’ll help go through your content to ensure it’s accessible when published through our platform. Simply contact us if you want to know more.

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Want to know more about how we approach accessibility? Read our blogpost here.