A French company specialized in computer programming offers an innovative technology to adapt the website content according to the disability of each visitor thanks to a plug-in installed in less than 5 minutes on any recent or old website.
In Europe, more than half of the population has to cope with digital issues. As internet has become the main access point to numerous information and knowledge, digital illiteracy causes a social disability affecting all generation and social classes.
Audiences affected by digital issues are more specifically:
- People with visual (color blindness, photosensitive epilepsy, cataract, presbyopia…), cognitive (dyslexia, memory problems, attention deficit disorder, Parkinson's disease…) or motor (paralysis, arthritis, multiple sclerosis…) disabilities
- People without digital experience or elderly people
- People living in rural areas with low speed networks
In addition to the classic adaptations (enlargement of characters on web pages, font or color changes), the plug-in will dynamically reorganize the structures of web pages to simplify and standardize them and make their use more comfortable with a display in “book page” format.
Nowadays, the plug-in is mainly installed on websites of French public services (local authority, town halls, hospitals…).
The plug-in currently works with websites in French, but translation into other languages is easily and quickly possible if requested by partners. Additional functions may also be developed by the company if requested by the partners.
The company is looking for authorities or companies needing to reach broadly the population and/or a targeted audience experiencing digital issues, to co-develop and implement the technology into their website.
The French company intends to penetrate others markets than its own and is looking for technical cooperation agreement or commercial agreement with technical assistance, depending on circumstances, with local authorities or companies operating in sales of products or services for disabled or elderly people.