Accessible technology for everyone
iClicker believes that all users should have equal access to the benefits of technology. We put accessibility at the forefront of our product development by training our product, design, engineering, and quality assurance teams on developing accessible products. Moreover, our solutions are routinely and independently audited to ensure accessibility compliance.
Accessibility at iClicker is measured using guidelines set forth by 29 U.S.C. 794d (more commonly known as Section 508), as well as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (more commonly known as WCAG 2.0 AA).
The following are examples of how iClicker provides accessible solutions for those with disabilities.
- The iClicker student app for web aims to meet the needs of participants with disabilities and is continually checked against WCAG 2.0 AA standards.
- Visually impaired individuals find the large buttons on our iClicker remotes easy to navigate. The iClicker+ remote features Braille button labels; this option is also available for iClicker 2 remotes by special order. Both iClicker+ and iClicker 2 remotes offer a vibrating version that provides vote confirmation through haptic feedback. Contact us to order a Braille iClicker 2 or vibrating remote.
- Color blind and low vision participants benefit from the LED patterns utilized by the iClicker+ remote. A steady green light indicates the vote was received, while a blinking red light indicates the vote was not received.
For more details on how iClicker meets the needs of all individuals, please download our VPAT documents. Also, feel free to contact us directly with further questions via our support community or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.