accessiBe Overview

accessiBe is the #1 ranked solution in our list of top Website Accessibility Testing Software. It is most often compared to AudioEye: accessiBe vs AudioEye

What is accessiBe?

accessiBe is the #1 fully automated, AI-powered, web accessibility solution for ADA and WCAG compliance. The system scans and analyzes your website using AI technology and applies all the required adjustments to become ADA and WCAG 2.1 compliant.

accessiBe Buyer's Guide

Download the accessiBe Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: January 2021

accessiBe Customers
SellSide Media, Belkin, Billabong, Kappa, Intex, Seiko, Florida Bar
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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about accessiBe pricing:
  • "At this point, $500 a year is pretty negligible for most of our clients, but there is a tier of clients where that becomes a little bit prohibitive."
  • "The pricing seems to be competitive enough at this time. Obviously, as new competitors come up, they may need to revisit their pricing structure. Perhaps, they could add more pages to their lower packages. That would be beneficial. The way that they are priced right now is based on the number of pages indexed on Google, and that can sometimes vary. Therefore, the pricing structure, if you are on a threshold, it can become a little hard to predict, which is never a good thing. Therefore, if they could increase the number of pages available within their lowest tiers, then that would be a benefit to consumers."
  • "It is priced well. I don't have any issues with it. I think it's affordable."
  • "accessiBe works automatically to make our sites accessible. This has saved us around $300,000, by not having to pay programmers."

accessiBe Reviews

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Jake Craigmile
Director of Digital at Three Omens
Real User
Top 20Leaderboard
Nov 24, 2020
Enables us to include ADA compliance as a feature when bidding on new web projects

What is our primary use case?

We're a web development agency and we use it for our own site and for client websites. We're using it as an added service that's included in all of our new web builds to make sure everybody's compliant and fully accessible.

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature is the simple installation method. It's a plug-and-play solution and that's what is most important for a lot of our clients. We were held back from a lot of accessibility stuff because a few years ago there was no type of AI solution that could go in and make you compliant with just a simple JavaScript that runs in the background. So the simplicity of use is the biggest thing, giving us effortless, automatic compliance."
  • "The UI is nice but maybe there could be some more advanced layout customization within the actual widget, for adding a logo or something like that."

What other advice do I have?

My advice would be, "Go for it." It's a super-simple installation and you're helping make the web a more accessible place. One thing I've learned from using the solution is just how many different types of disabilities are affected when using the web. I always thought, "Oh yeah, we need to do this for people who need screen readers or people who have bad vision and need to adjust contrast." But going through all of the different adjustments and features that are within it, you can really tell that they've thought through the ton of different disabilities, across the spectrum, which cause…
Alex M.
CEO at Pixel Motion
Real User
Top 20Leaderboard
Nov 17, 2020
An easy solution that is competitively priced and fast

What is our primary use case?

It offers accessibility to your website in the form of increasing font sizes, changing colors, stopping animations, stopping videos, etc. The typical usage would be for anybody with a disability who would not be able to necessarily enjoy your website the way it should. Thanks to this technology, they can now view or hear your content, and therefore, be able to transact or do business with your website. Pretty much anybody with one of many disabilities can enjoy or take advantage of a website the way they would if they were an able person. We have a script for it installed on our websites. This… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The initial setup was very straightforward and easy. The deployment can be done on the very same day, so the setup is very fast. If you sign up, then you get the script and can be up and running literally within minutes. Therefore, the setup is a very easy process."
  • "Their billing could make it easier for you to cancel their service, if you need to. Right now, there is no easy way to cancel their service. You need to contact their team. It would be better if they had a user interface which allowed you to cancel online without having to contact them."

What other advice do I have?

It's easy, fast, and competitively priced. Just make sure that you get into the right package for you based on the number of pages that you have indexed on Google. The pricing is based on the number of pages that you have indexed on Google, so make sure you understand how many pages you need to be signing up for when you're choosing the right package and right price point. Biggest lesson learnt: The peace of mind is worth the price. I would rate it an eight out of 10 because there must always be room for improvement. However, they have performed to our satisfaction so far.
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Joe Palko
Business Management Consultant at Your Store Wizards
Consultant
Top 20Leaderboard
Nov 24, 2020
Handles our ADA compliance by making our websites accessible to disabled users

What is our primary use case?

It is used to make our websites compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Our whole goal is to be compliant.

Pros and Cons

  • "ADA compliance laws are actually really complicated. When you subscribe to accessiBe's service, they basically handle everything. This saves us a ton of time, because to do it manually would cost a small fortune."
  • "The default installation puts the accessiBe icon on the lower right side of the screen, but a lot of products tend to default install to that location. So, on my website, I had to use the code editor to choose a different location (which was not difficult), but it added a few more minutes to the installation. Maybe the product could ask where you would like the accessiBe icon before it generates the code."

What other advice do I have?

Seriously consider this solution. There are law firms who patrol the Internet looking to sue you. It is sad. It's not the actual disabled users who are out there suing you. It's the law firms. It is not a product that you use to purposely increase sales or make a better user experience. It is really just for disabled, visually-impaired, and hearing-impaired users to use your website. It is a very small subset of people. If you have a letter of compliance when you install this product, it makes everything compliant. So, you're no longer out of compliance if you get sued. I would rate this…
Bob Melian
President at Fox Dealer
Real User
Top 20Leaderboard
Nov 25, 2020
Easy solution to implement that doesn't require web designers or programmers

What is our primary use case?

We furnish websites for our consumers, and accessiBe is a solution that provides compliance with ADA guidelines.

Pros and Cons

  • "accessiBe helped our organization get out of an ADA compliance lawsuit by providing documentation and a website audit that we were able to use as our defense."
  • "Sometimes, their customer service can be a little slow. Part of it is a time zone issue because they are in another country. While the quality of their support is very good, the timeliness and urgency sometimes could be increased."

What other advice do I have?

I would recommend the solution overall. It provides a good service to our customers, enabling them to not have concerns about clients. Technically, it is visible to everyone, but you have to expand it to engage with it. I would rate the solution as a nine out of 10.