Making books, journals & publications accessible for the print-disabled
Publishers & university presses’ are increasingly going digital to stay at pace with the demands of their readers & consumer platform ecosystem. Print-disabled readers expect their reading experience to be seamless and at par with regular readers.
In a post-COVID world, publishers & university presses’, on one side, are striving towards universal access to improve reader experience and more relevantly exploring options to increase information consumption digitally & remotely. codemantra’s accessibilityInsight™ platform can remediate the various existing assets like books, journals & publications, thereby making them more accessible for print-disabled readers who otherwise had no other option to consume this content. Not only does remediation make business sense, but Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act also mandates the same.
The publishers & university presses need a solution partner who understands the legal laws and has the proven experience of delivering within government agencies’ regulatory, security, and procurement framework and this is where codemantra’s accessibilityInsight™ platform can save a significant amount of time, effort, and money. This solution additionally provides:
The ever-increasing need to make books, journals & publications accessible requires a secure, robust, and scalable solution. codemantra’s accessibilityInsight™ platform makes all the print PDFs accessible.
codemantra’s accessibility platform makes digital assets, including pdf, audio, video (CC), URL-links, etc., accessible for print-disabled citizens by conforming to AA standards of WCAG 2.1.
The accessibility platform has a suite of these independent modules that assist in accessibility assessment, remediation & quality control by a combination of an AI-powered engine and human intelligence.