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Recite Me is a Cloud-based web accessibility solution which allows customers and clients to customise your website in a way that works best for them.

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Approximately one billion people globally have a disability and they can often face barriers when visiting inaccessible websites that prevent them from taking an active part in life.

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Allow everyone the opportunity to use your website in the way that it is intended

Recite Me supports each visitor by providing options so that they can use your website in a way that works best for them.
Worldwide your site may be inaccessible to:

one in five people disabled

People Are Disabled

15% people dyslexia

People Have Dyslexia

10% people worldwide Learning disabilities

Have Learning Disabilities

4m Speak English As A Second Language

Speak English As A Second Language

disabled adults never used the Web in 2019

Disabled adults never used the Web in 2019

People Can't Read or aWrite

People Can't Read or Write

Why Recite Me?

In today’s world everything we do is online, from booking holidays to looking after our finances and paying bills. Approximately one billion people globally have a disability and they can often face barriers when visiting inaccessible websites. Recite Me assistive technology provides your customers with the online tools needed to understand and engage with your products and services.


The right thing to do

Make your website not only accessible but useable by all. Everyone should have the opportunity to be able to access online content. Support people who are neurodiverse, visually impaired, speak English as a second language or of old age.


The smart thing to do

Become totally inclusive and enhance a user’s journey and experience of your website. Open up your business to a wider audience by providing assistive tools for your visitors to engage and ultimately convert online.


The thing I must do

As our world moves online there are international and local laws and regulations in place to state how a website should be designed and built to be accessible. Avoid fines and lawsuits by providing accessibility support to your customers.

Latest News and Media

Stay up to date with the latest client news, accessibility insight and events from Recite Me.

Creating an inclusive football club

02 Apr 2020 | news

We recently spoke to Dave Messenger, Supporter Liaison & Disability Access Officer at Watford Football Club to find out what they are doing to be a totally inclusive football club. Please tell us a little about yourself and Watford FC Dave Messenger, I’m the Supporter Liaison & Disability Access Officer for Watford FC. We’re a professional football club based in South West Hertfordshire, currently playing in the Premier League. I started working for the club as an SLO, having supported them since childhood, on promotion to the Premier League in the summer of 2015. The disability access part of my role was added in September 2015. What is your D&I mission for 2020 and beyond? Having been part of the Premier League’s commitment to accessibility in 2015, the club has spent a few years meeting the minimum guidelines for our facilities as set out in the Accessible Stadia Guide. We met these requirements during the 2018/19 season and with the structural work done, our focus since the start of the 2019/20 season has been bringing service related improvements to both home and visiting disabled supporters, especially those with hidden disabilities. Can you share some best practice examples? We have a dedicated section on our club’s website, which contains our Access Statement. This is also available in a “text-only” format. There is also an on-line tour of our accessible provision across the stadium and we have recently implemented a Hidden Disability Card Scheme, aimed at providing supporters with confidence that our stadium staff will be able to assist with any requirements on a matchday. Comments regarding being accessible across your online landscape? It’s hugely important for our website, and the information included, to be as accessible as possible. Part of the commitment to accessibility Premier League clubs made related to our web offering. Football stadia can be daunting for supporters with disabilities, so making our information as user-friendly as possible helps us ensure all visitors to Vicarage Road can make decisions and plans before they come to a match. We’re delighted to launch the Recite Me toolbar as part of our recent website update. Giving our supporters control of how the website looks will enable all supporters to easily access the information they want and need. Share an example of D&I success The club has been at the forefront of the drive to improve stadium facilities for children with autism and our Sensory Room, opened in late 2016, has now seen over 100 families attend a match at Vicarage Road. Of those families, 15 have transitioned to using general access areas of the stadium having broken down the barriers to their attendance using the Room. Concluding company message We’re proud of our long-held reputation for being a family football club and our on-going commitment to accessibility remains central to our work, as we continue to identify and make improvements to our provision for all disabled visitors to our club. Guest Blog with Dave Messenger, Supporter Liaison & Disability Access Officer, Watford Football Club

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Watford FC launch new inclusive website with assistive technology

02 Apr 2020 | news

Watford Football Club today launch its all-new club website with the integration of Recite Me assistive technology to support fans with disabilities, visual impairments or people who speak English as a second language. At this time, it is crucial to be accessible online to support 20% of the population with disabilities, as we all stay at home. This innovative accessibility software will help bring supporters closer to the club by allowing fans to read and engage with the latest Watford FC content barrier-free. As part of Watford FC’s 2020 focus on supporting people with hidden disabilities, they have enhanced their digital landscape by making sure it is accessible and inclusive for everyone. The Recite Me accessibility and language toolbar provides a number of features to give a visitor full control over the customisation of the website to suit their needs. These features include screen reader, styling options, reading support and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices. Dave Messenger, Supporter Liaison & Disability Access Officer, Watford Football Club commented, “We’re delighted to launch the Recite Me toolbar as part of the new-look website. We’ve focussed on improving our provision for supporters with hidden disabilities across this season and giving our supporters control of how the website looks will enable all supporters to easily access the information they want.”

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Watford FC

02 Apr 2020 | case-study

Watford Football Club also proudly known as The Hornets has existed since the early days of organised football in England. Its beginnings have been traced back to 1881, when a group of teenagers staged kickabouts in Cassiobury Park. Today Watford FC has international exposure from being in the highest-profile league in the world, The Premier League.

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Accessibility Legislation

Across the world there are laws governing accessibility, in the USA there’s the ADA, in the EU the Directive on the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications and for the UK the Equality Act 2010.

A common theme of all is that reasonable adjustments or accommodations should be made.

What is more reasonable than allowing each visitor to your site to consume the content in a way that works for them as an individual? Give one of our experts a call to discuss in more detail.

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