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The UserWay AI-Powered Accessibility Widget has been introduced to the Duda app store, according to UserWay and Duda. By modifying both site objects and inaccessible code, the UserWay widget may make any website accessible and ADA compliant.
UserWay, a web accessibility company, and Duda, a professional website building platform, have announced that the UserWay AI-Powered Accessibility Widget has been added to the Duda app store. This will help site designers maintain their creative vision while also ensuring accessibility.
The UserWay widget can make any website accessible and ADA compliant by altering both site elements and any inaccessible code that would otherwise limit visitors with disabilities. This makes life easier for the one billion people living with disabilities around the world. Duda now ensures that its users may keep their sites completely accessible by adding the widget to its app store.
So much of our lives happen online these days. Making the digital sphere more accessible should be a priority for every website. Colors, graphics, fonts, and animations all affect website accessibility, and many website professionals don’t know this. Teaming up with a company like Duda — which supports the creation of so many websites — can help us create a more inclusive internet for everyone.Allon Mason, founder and CEO of UserWay
Itai Sadan and Amir Glatt started Duda in 2009, and the company is based in Palo Alto, California. Thryv, Hibu, Italiaonline, 1 & 1 Ionos, UOL, Sensis, Publicar, Solocal, Telstra, Broadly, Shore, and Appfolio are among the company’s partners.
We are constantly looking for ways to better serve our customers. Adding UserWay’s accessibility technology to our platform allows web professionals the freedom to design their websites without having to worry about the effects their choices have on accessibility. Some web professionals fear that being accessible will be limiting, but UserWay’s solutions change that. We’re proud that sites created on our platform will now be more accessible for those with disabilities.Itai, founder and CEO of Duda