Recite Me, the award-winning tech for good web accessibility company, has launched its new Recite Me Accessibility Scanner, just weeks after landing over £4m in funding from BGF.
Recite Me Founder and CEO Ross Linnett is on a mission to make the online world barrier-free for all, in particular those with disabilities, and is dedicated to transforming the way websites are built.
The company’s latest product addresses how businesses approach WCAG issues on their websites. The scanner audits back-end and front-end web development processes by running 396 separate compliance tests in line with national legislation and international web accessibility guidelines, identifying and breaking down issues to fix.
Recite Me recognises that websites are constantly changing as content is updated, edited, and removed – and that can make trying to meet and maintain compliance with the Equality Act and global WCAG Guidelines feel like hitting a moving target.
Its response to the daunting issue of website accessibility is a refreshingly transparent solution that removes the stress and complexity by applying a straightforward four-step process: scan, fix, track, and share.
The Recite Me scanner allows organisations to identify issues on their website, get guidance on fixing them, track their web accessibility progress over time, then share the results via in-depth reports and accessibility statements.