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It is near impossible to find all accessibility flaws on your own when designing a website. Having an AI keeping track brings firstly, peace of mind, but also more customers and engagement. It makes sure no customers lose interest because they can’t maneouver in the space properly. So this helps when you’ve come on the web, but want to make sure you have legal and accessibility compliance.
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Siteimprove works well for managing the health and performance of your customer-facing sites in terms of performance, digital experience, and accessibility. It also helps to define policies to proactively avoid experience breaks or issues for customers before they occur. It can improve by providing more options to configure policies for large sites with thousands of pages.
Read full review Pros Easy to use. WordPress plugin. Low cost. Friendly and intuitive interface. It can be integrated with the main CMS solutions. Read full review User-friendly customisable dashboards, easy to make a dashboard from a template, or create your own, and add in whichever 'widgets' are relevant for what you are looking at Flagging words to review, allowing users to check and confirm if the word is 'accepted' or is a misspelling Read full review Cons Haven't noticed any yet. Maybe pricing, since it's in USD and I'm in Brazil, the exchange rate makes ir harder to place it in more clients of mine. Read full review I don't like that there are different navigation paths to go from point A to point B. When I want to navigate to a specific place, I have more than one way to get there, which means I have to make a decision about how I want to there and I'd rather the designer make that design based on what would be most efficient for me. Read full review Support Rating
I've used support often and it has been responsive, thorough and considerate of our needs. I can get a tech right away, they understand the issue, and work with us to resolve it. Often the problem is with the site we are trying to scan, sometimes it is with their product. I appreciate that they go beyond support into continually helping us implement SiteImprove in more places with 3rd party integration.
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They are accessibility tools that help achieve ADA/WCAG compliance. They offer plugin with WordPress, Go Daddy, Wix, Shopify, etc. AudioEye can be installed without any problem. They also offer a 7-day free trial.
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We have used or tested other tools that get installed on a computer or that are hosted online, but none of them offer the features that come with Siteimprove. TotalValidator Pro will check your site for accessibility issues, but it is a manual check and there is no historical reporting. I can;t remember the names of the other online solutions, but even if they offered similar features as Siteimprove, they were all very expensive .
Read full review Return on Investment Oh definitely a positive impact on growth. As more people can access our digital spaces, it allows more room for expansion. The value is immeasurable. Read full review Siteimprove has helped bring our accessibility scores up from middling to near-perfect. Siteimprove has helped reduce our broken links, style violations and misspellings. Siteimprove's heatmaps have helped us make the case for enforcing best practices on the website among key stakeholders. Read full review ScreenShots