We are very pleased to be attending ATEC (the Assistive Technology Exhibition and Conference) in Sheffield on Thursday (24/11/2016), where will be exhibiting our Recite Me and Include Me accessibility products.
Recite Me’s custom tool can be added to a website in five minutes to make the content more accessible to people with a disability, learning difficulty or visual impairment.
The toolbar offers website users a full range of customisable options that allow them to customise a website the way they need it to work for them.
Include Me is innovative software that makes digital content like documents and websites more accessible to everyone.
Providing a range of features that support people with dyslexia, visual impairments and other communications needs, Include Me works in the office, classroom, library or at home.
We will be demonstrating our products and answering questions to help people who are interested learn how to get the best out of our accessibility software.
And we will be offering a special discount for anyone who books a free product demonstration for their organisation and goes on to purchase our software at a later date.
We are also looking forward to hearing the interesting conference keynote speakers.
Gareth Ford Williams, Head of Accessibility at the BBC, will be the first keynote speaker. He will talk about how new technology such as 3D radio, 360 video and VR+Binaural is now becoming mainstream, and the challenges they pose for accessibility.
Hector Minto, Senior Technology Evangelist for Accessibility at Microsoft, is the second keynote speaker, and he will give a speech entitled: Technology Accessibility (and therefore Inclusion) as a Mindset – The Microsoft Journey so far.
We are sure this will be a great event and if you want to learn more about our accessibility software and how it can work for you and your organisation please come and see us. See you there!