The business world is beginning to understand the importance of being accessible. Over the last year, COVID-19 outbreak has forced most of us to re-evaluate our IT infrastructure and its importance it is to our organization. While private organizations are working fast to create an accessible IT infrastructure, government organizations are increasingly expected to abide by digital accessibility standards; e.g. US federal (Section 508) or EU accessibility (WCAG 2.1) requirements. Addteq's Unstoppable app enhances accessibility to Atlassian's Jira, Jira Service Desk, and Confluence products. Making it easier for users to read with the latest screen reader software. It also provides 508 compliance with WCAG 2.1 standards. Unstoppable is compatible with JAWS and NVDA screen readers and can be used with Chrome and Firefox browsers.
A major challenge for any organization is being able to identify all of the users that need access to accessible software. Unstoppable is able to auto-detect a user that is using a screen-reader software and auto-enables the accessibility options, without the need to contact the administrator or manager. This helps users to overcome the initial hesitation of asking for support, and may potentially overcome a legal requirement. The screenshot below demonstrates Unstoppable identifying a visually impaired user and prompting them to enable accessibility features.
Unstoppable solves some of the major issues visually impaired users face. Some of those issues may include creating a page from a template in Confluence or adding a list of components in a Jira ticket. Although these issues seem small, a non-visual user may find it extremely frustrating. With Unstoppable these minor issues are resolved and allows the user a seamless experience
Below is a video showcasing the creation of a blog without Unstoppable and with Unstoppable
We keep adding new features to unstoppable for a better user experience. Some of the upcoming features include
Image captioning will allow users to read pictures, images, graphs, images of text without any user input.
Screen contrast is intended to provide enough contrast between text and its background so that it can be read by people with moderately low vision, even for the user-generated content.
With our latest VPAT Accessibility Conformance Report, you are assured that your applications are compliant with the latest WCAG 2.1, 508 & a11y requirements.