ChatGPT-powered Flowy might be a game changer for innovative developers looking to improve website accessibility.
Israel-based Equally.ai, a provider of web accessibility solutions, announced the release of Flowy last month. Ran Ronen, the company’s co-founder and CEO, believes that accessibility should be fundamental to every web product. He designed the new platform to help developers do just that.
Flowy automates the process of accessibility compliance, making it super-fast, scalable, and cost-effective. It enables developers to create innovative products without worrying about the technicalities of accessibility, he offered.
One of the product’s key features is its recommendation engine, which provides developers with suggested code fixes to address accessibility issues efficiently. According to Ronen, this tool helps developers ensure the quality of their product at every stage of the development process with minimal effort.
“We are excited to see what developers will create with Flowy,” said Dani Zeevi, Equally.ai’s board chairman. “With this cutting-edge technology, the possibilities are endless,” he added. “We cannot wait to see the impact Flowy will have on the industry and the lives of people with disabilities.”
Going With the Flowy
Ultimately, website owners, from global brands to SMBs, can use this all-in-one platform’s proprietary technology. It comes with features such as offering recommendations, guides, explanations, and creative solutions for implementing necessary changes.
Flowy streamlines the entire accessibility testing process, according to Ronen. Developers can scan and categorize accessibility issues, prioritize and address them, and access regular monitoring and compliance reporting.
This new approach helps them avoid legal risks for not providing web accessibility for all users of web-based services. Another benefit is saving developers time, energy, and money.
Cloud Access and Chrome Extension
Flowy is currently available only by request. Developers can contact Ran Ronen on LinkedIn for more information and to gain access.
It costs $27/month with a free trial and supports all platforms. Setup takes under two minutes, according to the company, and it offers both cloud-based access and a Chrome web browser extension.
The cloud-based dashboard provides a centralized location for website owners and developers to manage all their accessibility requirements in a visually appealing interface.
The Chrome extension allows users to perform real-time accessibility audits on their websites, giving them immediate insights and actionable steps to improve their websites’ accessibility.
“With the combination of cloud access and a browser extension, we are able to provide a comprehensive solution for website accessibility needs,” Ronen offered.