Ensure accessible PDF documents that meet accessibility standards and requirements like Section 508, WCAG 2.0 & WCAG 2.1 or ADA.
PDF is one of the most widely used formats for digitizing print material. Organizations share information through annual reports, user manuals, text books, training manuals, sales brochures and pamphlets, application forms etc in the form of PDF. However, it is important to ensure that the PDF is accessible to people with disabilities. Section 508, ADA and AODA now requires that all PDF should be made accessible to people with disabilities who use screen readers.
Accessible PDF ensures that the document or forms in PDF format are properly tagged and well structured thereby making it usable to all including people with disabilities. BarrierBreak’s PDF accessibility testing service not only ensures that your PDF is usable by people with disabilities but we also assist you in aligning the accessibility services to your organizational needs and strategy.
Our team which includes accessibility experts and people with disabilities using various assistive technology, work with the WCAG 2.0 & WCAG 2.1 and – PDF Techniques & PDF U/A standard. This ensures that we remediate a fully accessible PDF document to you that meets ADA, AODA & Section 508 accessibility standards and guidelines.
With expertise in understanding the global accessibility requirements, we have offered accessible PDF remediation services to clients in India, UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Qatar, European Union.
Send us your documents and our team of accessibility experts evaluate your document as per user experience and accessibility guidelines. We work closely with your team to chart out a plan for a quick turnaround and cost effective remediation of accessible PDF.
We not only test your document with the PDF Accessibility Checker in Adobe Professional but also ensure that a manual quality check is implemented on the tags and the content. We also provide Image Descriptions to images, graphs, and pictures in your document.
You receive a PDF document that is compatible with all screen readers. You receive a fully tagged PDF document that is made accessible with the WCAG 2.0 & WCAG 2.1 - PDF Techniques & PDF U/A standard and also that is Section 508, ADA and AODA compliant.