Everycode, represented by its technology director Salvador Romero and sales director Juan Antonio Cebollada, has received the Queen Letizia of Spain Award for Accessibility Technology awarded by the Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad (Spanish Royal Charitable Foundation for Disability) of the Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, for inSuit, its web accessibility product.
The award aims to compensate innovative projects with a proven track record in the field of accessibility which use information and communication technology and provide a valuable service to people with disabilities, fostering equal opportunities and technological inclusion.
Her Majesty the Queen, accompanied by Dolors Montserrat, Spanish Minister of Health, Social Services and Equality and President of the Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad, and Cristobal Montoro, Spanish Minister of Treasury and Public Administration were on hand to present the various awards for the 2016 and 2017 edition of the prize at the Royal Palace of El Pardo on 22 November.
Everycode is the Valencia-based company behind “inSuit”, the Universal Web Accessibility and Usability solution which automatically improves compliance with the international guidelines on web accessibility (W3C) from the cloud, also offering users technical aids for web navigation.
Thanks to inSuit, people with impaired vision, mobility and/or speech, the elderly, and those with little digital knowledge are able to adapt navigation to their needs or preferences, free of charge to users, with no software installation required