Join us celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) on May 18th. The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion, and the more than one billion people with disabilities/impairments. The GAAD Foundation was launched in 2021 to mark GAAD’s 10th anniversary. Its mission is to disrupt the culture of technology and digital product development to include accessibility as a core requirement.
Every user deserves a first-rate digital experience on the web. Someone with a disability must be able to experience web-based services, content, and other digital products with the same successful outcome as those without disabilities. This awareness and commitment to inclusion is the goal of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), a global event that shines a light on digital access and inclusion for people with disabilities.
Adding audio translation to meetings and events helps increase accessibility by enabling people to read captions or listen to translated audio in their preferred language. The largest barriers to organizations offering real-time translations are cost and complexity.
Wordly uses the power of AI to make it easy and affordable to add real-time translation to in-person, virtual, hybrid, and webinar session formats.