What is ADA and 508 conformity
Paperturn's statement on accessibility for users with disabilities
State of Compliance - WCAG 2.1 Level AA
At Paperturn, we strongly believe that the internet should be available and accessible to everyone, and we are committed to providing a website and product that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of the circumstances or skills. Against this background, we adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at level AA and adhere to them.
Additional legislation with which Paperturn is compliant
In addition to WCAG 2.1 at level AA, Paperturn's system complies with several other international accessibility laws and standards, including: US Section 508, ADA Title III, IS5568, EAA / EN301548, ACA / AODA, CVAA, RGAA, ATAG, AUDA, AODA, UNE 139803: 2012, JIS X 8341 & more
How does Paperturn achieve worldwide conformity with the Accessibility Act?
Paperturn has developed two components that, when used together, achieve compliance. The first component is our primary application, our Disability Interface Tool. The Disability Interface Tool, which has both ready-made impairment profiles and user-defined adjustments for accessibility, enables users to immediately adapt the user interface, design and readability of our website to their individual needs.
The second component is our AI-based background application. Our AI engine adapts the HTML of our website and optimizes it for reading programs by analyzing the components of our website from top to bottom and providing reading programs with meaningful data using the ARIA attributes (Accessible Rich Internet Applications). The application also scans all images on our website and provides a precise and meaningful description based on the recognition of image objects as an ALT (Alternate Text) tag. It also extracts text embedded in the image using OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology. Finally, our AI application optimizes our website and product for keyboard navigation, which you can read about in more detail below.
Paperturns adjustments to the interface tool for accessibility
Reading programs and keyboard navigation on Paperturn
In addition to various behavioral changes, our website uses the technology of the ARIA attributes to ensure that blind users who visit our website with reading programs can read, understand and enjoy the functions of the website and the flipbooks. As soon as a user with a reading program enters our website, he is immediately prompted to enter the reading program profile so that he can search and use our website effectively. Here we explain how our website covers some of the most important screen reader needs, along with screenshots of code examples:
Supported barrier profiles on the Paperturn website
Paperturns measures to support accessibility
We have taken the following measures to ensure the accessibility of our website and our product:
The compatibility of Paperturn with browsers and supporting technology
With internet accessibility a priority, we've worked hard to integrate all of the major browsers and supporting technologies that make up more than 95% of the market, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge , Internet Explorer (IE 11 or higher), JAWS and NVDA (reading programs), for both Windows and MAC users.
* Please note that our accessibility technology does not support older / unsupported versions of browsers.
Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)
As part of our commitment to accessibility, we are providing a VPAT document that assesses the accessibility of our website and product according to WCAG 2.1 standards. You can access our VPAT here.
Notes, comments and feedback
Although we do our best to give everyone the opportunity to adapt the website to their needs, there may still be pages or sections that are not fully accessible, are just becoming accessible, or for which there is no adequate technical solution, to make them accessible. Nevertheless, we are constantly improving our accessibility by adding, updating and improving options and functions, as well as developing and applying new technologies. All of this should serve to achieve an optimal level of accessibility following technological progress. If you would like to contact our Accessibility Officer or if you have any comments or questions about our accessibility efforts, please contact our Accessibility Team at [email protected] We aim to respond within 3 working days.
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