Users benefit monthly from Eye-Able® services
Integrations in web interfaces
Years of experience in digital accessibility
You are in good company.
In total, we work with over 2,000 cities, municipalities, counties, districts and associations in Germany on digital accessibility.
In total, we work with over 2,000 cities, municipalities, counties, districts and associations in Europe in the field of digital accessibility.
"Eye-Able® improves our digital systems - no ifs, no buts."
"The manifold possibilities of Eye-Able® have convinced us. For years, we only optimized parts of our pages. Now we can comprehensively offer people with disabilities a new access and provide assistance even with milder impairments."
Public Relations Diocese of Würzburg
Over 2,000 partners
Over 10,000 integrations
Must-have for your website
Assistance technique is useful for any website.
Lennart has a genetic vision disease and about 10% residual vision. He explains why he and many others benefit from assistive technology.
people a month use our software solutions.
FC St. Pauli
2nd German Bundesliga
As part of the project "Klartext", FC St. Pauli is taking the next important step. With the assistance software Eye Able, our homepage will be technically customizable by our visitors in the future.
By taking the step of making the FC St. Pauli homepage technically customizable, FC St. Pauli is taking the next important step in making its communication with fans and members more accessible.
1st German Bundesliga
Small symbol, big effect. SV Werder Bremen is improving the accessibility of its official website with the help of the "Eye-Able" assistance software. From now on, visitors to WERDER.DE can use an icon on the right-hand side of the screen to access more than 25 functions to adapt the website to their individual visual needs.
The tool can be used, for example, to change contrast modes, set adaptive magnification, or activate color-weakening filters. Werder fans with very different visual abilities can thus use the site in a more customized way. 1.2 million people in Germany alone are considered to have impaired vision. A number that is continuing to grow rapidly, partly due to the aging society.
Archdiocese of Cologne
Largest diocese in Germany
The website of the Archdiocese of Cologne is now technically accessible. This applies to both the desktop view and the mobile application on smartphones and tablets. "The website was already barrier-free in the early 2000s. Now we have a situation where we have technically realized a high level of accessibility," says Wolfgang Koch-Tien, an officer in the IT department of the Archdiocese of Cologne and responsible for the technical infrastructure of the websites. In the near future, the function will also be made available for many other websites of the archdiocese.