UserWay Launches Version 4.0 of Its Accessibility Platform
UserWay, a digital accessibility company, today released version 4.0 of its AI-Powered Accessibility Solution for blind users and those with low vision, limited mobility, dyslexia, and much more.
The new, reimagined, solution lets users customize their online experiences with a single click, tap, or press of a button.
Highlights of the update include the ability to rearrange the widget interface buttons automatically based on usage patterns, an option for oversized interface buttons, and instant page translations for more than 40 languages. A voice navigation feature will also be released soon that recognizes standard and non-standard speech for people with limited mobility.
UserWay also added improved team management capabilities, including single sign-on (SSO), advanced customization options, and a desktop dashboard that makes onboarding and configuring new sites faster and more efficient. Teams can also generate accessibility reports to share with their compliance departments and for data-driven decision-making.
"We went back to the drawing board and rethought how web accessibility should work for the next 5 to 10 years, and our new solution far surpasses the capabilities of any other product on the market today," Allon Mason, founder and CEO of UserWay, said in a statement. "UserWay provides the easiest path for organizations to follow for comprehensive legal and regulatory compliance without refactoring their site's existing code."
All new customers have immediate access to the updated widget. Websites already running UserWay's solutions will be upgraded within the next 30 days. Users of the classic AI-Powered Accessibility Widget who wish to keep the previous version will be able to do so until Nov 1, when version 4.0 will be rolled out to UserWay's entire user base.