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Learn how Capital One is realizing their accessibility vision, from reactive, manual, time-consuming processes - to proactive monitoring and automation.Read more on Capital One blog
Always ship accessible code
Browser extensions, SDKs for integration with automated tests, and scanning solutions for pre-production and production environments.
Automatic semantic modeling
Going beyond legacy static/syntax analysis, Evinced uses computer vision and AI to automatically detect and pinpoint difficult screen reader and keyboard interaction problems.Learn more about our technology
Recognizes all interactable elements and intents/actions.
Context-based code inspection
Inspects the code of interactable elements to check accessibility implementation.
Consolidates hundreds of issues to a handful of broken code components.
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