Just4Children launches website accessibility technology on its website to promote inclusion and to support everyone to use their website barrier-free.
As a forward-thinking charity that is passionate about supporting all children, Just4Children are breaking down barriers online by introducing Recite Me accessibility software on to their website.
Every day, millions of people search the internet and encounter challenges when facing inaccessible websites. Just4Children is a charity organisation that is inclusive in everything that they do, from their support work with children to what they offer online.
Regardless of people’s disabilities, learning difficulties and if they speak English as a second language, Just4Children believe that everyone has the right to the same user experiences. In this case that is to use their website with ease.
Jeremy Marris, the CEO of Just4Children commented, “Just4Children is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience.”
Recite Me is a cloud-based web accessibility tool that allows website visitors to customise the Just4Children website in a way that works best for them. Making it easier for everyone to be able to access charity news, support & information easily and kindly donate hassle-free.
The Recite Me accessibility toolbar offers a unique range of features including, text to speech functionality, fully customisable styling features, reading aids and a translation tool with over 100 languages, including 35 text to speech voices and many other features.
Jeremy added, “Recite Me provides a range of accessibility options on our website to allow everyone to read and understand our content in a way that works best for them. Recite Me was easy to implement and was able to be customised to suit our branding. “
Implementing this ground-breaking technology has allowed Just4Children to support more people to use their website without any barriers and deliver a more inclusive experience online.