Make-Sense and Israeli Government to Partner on Digital Accessibility

Make-Sense, a digital accessibility platform that reduces the cost and complexity of accessibility, announced today its mutual cooperation with the Israeli government to create easier access to its digital assets. The Make-Sense platform serves citizens with special needs by ensuring total accessibility to all digital content and services of its agencies.

Make-Sense helps organizations to comply with the WCAG2.0+ guidelines by simply inserting one line of secure code on to their websites. The platform significantly reduces the cost and complexity of attaining accessibility for every website and all digital content.

One of the main reasons for the Israeli government’s partnership with Make-Sense is its compliance with ISO27001, which is an international guideline for data security that ensures protection from current and future cyber attacks and threats. The platform is also compliant with GDPR regulations that will assist in maintaining the quality and consistency of the data collected from the government’s digital assets.

Make-Sense also prioritizes flexibility and ease of use, so all its customers and partners can enjoy tailored solutions for their unique needs.

“Make-Sense is proud to work with the Israeli government in order to improve the accessibility of its digital assets to all its citizens,” says Davia Adi, CEO of Make-Sense. ”Our solution will help hundreds of websites to comply with guidelines and regulations through one simple implementation.”

About Make-Sense

Make-Sense helps organizations reduce the complexity and costs associated with digital accessibility while ensuring compliance with laws and guidelines. Inspired by the 1.3 billion people worldwide with limitations that affect their ability to experience digital content as intended, the Company’s mission is to make all digital content accessible for all users. Founded in 2016, Make-Sense created an award-winning platform that helps customers adhere to WCAG 2.0+ guidelines specified by the W3C that have been adopted by the US Government, the European Union, and many other countries around the world. Our fully accessible platform was designed to allow anyone to work with our tools to build more accessible digital experiences and to create equal job opportunities for everyone. It is also the only digital accessibility platform that scans both static and dynamic content continuously, and automatically fixes issues in real time. To learn more, visit

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