Being introduced with the slogan “an accessibility visualization toolkit”, TotA11Y is a tool that allows you to test and evaluate the accessibility a web page. It performs several automated accessibility tests, altering the visual rendering of the examined page to reflect the detected issues.Read more
In this section you can find various standalone tools (browser extensions, web services, command line tools, etc) that can help you produce accessible content, as well as test and evaluate the accessibility of existing resources (documents, web pages, applications, etc.).
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Mathpix is a cloud platform designed to author, edit and distribute scientific documents (e.g. journal articles, research papers), especially when they contain Math formulas; it provides a web service, a desktop application (available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux), and a mobile app (that supports both Android and iOS).Read more
Powered by state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, Otter is a virtual assistant who can help you transcribe in real time in-person, hybrid and virtual meetings. The web service can be integrated in some of the most common conferencing systems (Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet).Read more
Developed by the ICT-Accessibility Lab of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) in collaboration with the Swiss Federation of the Blind and Visually Impaired, PAVE (PDF Accessibility Validation Engine) is an award-winning web service designed to evaluate and improve the accessibility of PDF documents.Read more