The internet is a cost effective way of reaching your audience but a large percentage of those people lack the digital skills to buy or use your services online.
BrowseAloud adds speech, reading and translation support to your website facilitating access and participation for those people with print disabilities, dyslexia, low literacy, mild visual impairments and those with English as a second language.
Provide all your audience with a truly inclusive solution just like these organisations have: ComLaw, Energex, Parliament of Victoria, Curtin University, Legal Aid Queensland, Edith Cowen University, University of South Australia and New Plymouth District Council in New Zealand.
- Reach a Wider Audience
- Lower Costs
- Increase Revenues
- Reduce Online Barriers
- Comply with Legal Obligations
- Demonstrate Social Responsibility
- Spoken & Written Translation in 34 Languages
- Text Magnification
- MP3 Generation
- Written Translations in 74 Languages
- Customisable Options
- 46% of Australians are unable to meet the complex demands of everyday life due to poor literacy skills
- 60% of Australians do not have the knowledge and skills required to understand and use information relating to health issues
- 26% of Australia’s population were born overseas, and a further 20% have at least one overseas parent
Legal Obligations & Social Responsibility
BrowseAloud helps you comply with the Disability Discrimination Act and the Australian Human Rights Commission Act by increasing the accessibility of your online content to a further 46% of the Australian population.