Enhancing access and opportunities for people with disabilities
Technology has the potential to level the playing field for people with disabilities.
Yet, websites, mobile apps and online content continue to be inaccessible and incompatible with assistive technologies.
We are on a mission to help people with disabilities access these resources and content on an equal basis, and help organizations become more inclusive.
State-of-the-art OCR and document accessibility services for blind, low vision and print disabled
Accessibility testing and remediation
SaaS platform providing continuous accessibility feedback about enterprise websites/apps
Ensures conformance with WCAG 2.0/2.1, Section 508 and ADA
VPAT audit and VPAT creation
Intuitive and thorough remediation feedback
Consultation sessions and trainings for developers
Usability feedback from people with disabilities
AI services to convert your inaccessible content into accessible and usable formats
Integration with your content management/marketing systems
Document remediation services for your students or employees with disabilities
Highly accessible documents in line with international standards (PDF/UA, Epub etc.)
AI-powered remediation portal that combines AI with human input for in-house remediation
Accessible social media and marketing collateral and strategy
Compliant and delightful experiences for clients with disabilities
Efficient services for students or employees with disabilities
Accessibility partner throughout the journey
Reliable and thorough based on several decade's of accessibility experience and lived experience as people with disabilities
Founded by people with disabilities with lived experience and decade's of accessibility, engineering and AI experience, I-Stem strongly believes in the power of technology and community to create equitable experiences and opportunities for all. Through our range of individual and enterprise products, services and initiatives, we seek to empower people with disabilities and support organizations in better catering to their students, employees or customers with disabilities.