Since 1999, CommonLook® has been the world leader in PDF accessibility software and professional services for all types of organizations including higher education, government entities and health care. We help organizations achieve compliance with accessibility standards.
- 100% guaranteed compliance with WCAG 2.0 AA, Section 508, HHS and/or PDF/UA
- Used by 50% of government agencies
- Listed in the W3C’s PDF Techniques for WCAG 2.0
CommonLook’s hybrid approach includes document testing, assessment, evaluation and remediation, along with training and support.
Our product family offers significant time and cost savings throughout the document production cycle from authoring to verification, correction and management of PDF documents and document collections.
To give back to higher education institutions during these difficult times, CommonLook is providing free software training, along with free subscriptions to two of our best-selling PDF accessibility software solutions: CommonLook PDF and CommonLook Office.
"The READable team at NewView Oklahoma handles digital document and website auditing and testing and now PDF remediation via CommonLook tools. Our team is unique in that it has visually impaired and sighted people with other disabilities all working together along with CommonLook to provide services to our clients.
The training crew at CommonLook has been outstanding with helping us learn to use the software with keyboard navigation. For me, as a person with visual impairments, it has been extremely rewarding that I am able to independently remediate a PDF for accessibility up to the point that a sighted person is needed to verify certain information like Alt Text for images.
Years ago, this all wasn’t possible for a visually impaired person to do this type of work, but now with tools like those CommonLook provides, someone like myself can have a very rewarding career in digital accessibility. We are so excited to team up with CommonLook!"
Amir Ghahremani, Manager at READable
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