Make-Sense was invited by the United Nations to attend the 2018 Zero Project Conference in Vienna, Austria. The company was selected as an awards finalist for its contributions to a digital world without barriers.
As the only conference participant offering a complete digital accessibility solution, the Zero Project invited Make-Sense to speak and answer questions before a panel. The presentation detailed how the Make-Sense platform forwards the company’s mission of granting equal opportunity for all people worldwide to access digital content, regardless of disability.
“It was an honor to be part of this event,” says Make-Sense Founder and CEO David Adi. “The Zero Project’s goals align with our mission, and it was a great opportunity to share ideas and also learn from like-minded conference attendees.”
Initiated in 2008 by the Essl Foundation, the Zero Project was established to work for a world with zero barriers. The Zero Project finds and shares models from across the globe that improve the daily lives and legal rights of all persons with disabilities.
This year’s conference, held February 21 – 23, celebrated 10 years of progress and hosted nearly 4,000 attendees. More than 30 innovative projects were showcased, including apps to support navigation, read-aloud menus, tactile storybooks and audio libraries for the blind and visually impaired.
Make-Sense offered attendees live demos of its technology platform, which supports 24/7 accessibility. A user-friendly dashboard continuously monitors content, provides reports, and recommends changes – which can be made instantly through the tool, with no need to enter source code.
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Established in 2016, Make-Sense is an international technology company providing a full accessibility solution suite that enables any website to be accessible to people with disabilities. Solutions are designed to comply with US Section 508, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and European Union Law EU 301549, which correlates with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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