About Make-Sense

Make-Sense™ helps organizations reduce the complexity and costs of digital accessibility while ensuring compliance with laws and guidelines.

Our CEO, David Adi, has a vision: a simple, complete platform that gives companies the tools to make digital content fully accessible while complying with regulations worldwide. His motivation is fueled by his own hearing disability, which limits access to certain types of digital content. Inspired by the 1.3 billion people worldwide who are impacted by a limitation that affects their ability to experience the Web as intended, the Make-Sense mission is to make sure all digital content is accessible for all users.

Founded in Israel in 2016, our digital accessibility platform was built to help customers adhere to Section508, ADA, AACT, and EN301549 regulations that are all based on WCAG 2.0 and WCAG 2.1 guidelines specified by the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C). And it’s the most secure platform available: our product is the only web accessibility solution in the world with ISO 27001 Information Security Certification.

Our accessibility algorithms have been designed to scan both static and dynamic content continuously. This provides complete visibility into all digital assets, unlike many other platforms currently available. We then take it even further by continuously monitoring for violations, automatically fixing many common issues in real-time, and offering tools to quickly resolve the rest of the problems directly from the platform.

Our commitment to bettering the lives of disabled persons is what drives us. At Make-Sense, we are proud to have broken the boundaries of existing solutions to design an accessibility platform that’s simultaneously easy to use, affordable, and meets WCAG 2.0 and WCAG 2.1 Standards.

Quite simply, Make-Sense offers the most complete, automated, and secure digital accessibility solution on the market today.

The Make-Sense™ automated digital accessibility platform:

A-WEB – the first automated accessibility tool, A-WEB uses a single line of code that acts as a virtual layer over an entire website, instantly producing a more accessible website. View our WCAG Success Criteria.