Allyable’s Co-Founder and CEO, David Adi, founded the company with this crystal-clear vision: to create a simple, complete platform that gives enterprises the tools to make all their web content and digital assets fully accessible for people with disabilities and the elderly, to meet international digital accessibility compliance and empower customer experience.
David’s purpose-driven mission arose from his own journey of hearing loss, which began in his 20s as a young business entrepreneur in the IT field. When he started to have trouble following conversations in person and understanding speech on the phone, a doctor’s visit confirmed that he had inherited his family’s genetic predisposition for conductive otosclerosis. Even with hearing aids, David noticed that his disability made it challenging to access certain types of digital content, such as audiobooks, podcasts, and voice-overs on website videos. He decided to do whatever he could to close this digital accessibility gap and help people with special needs like himself.
Inspired by David and the 1.2 billion people worldwide whose visual, hearing, motor, cognitive, or age-related limitations
affect their ability to experience the web as intended.
So far, we’ve given a variety of enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries a simpler, more affordable way to provide equal web access for all users, representing a vast improvement over existing technology. As a result, our clients have reduced complexity and cost, improved team efficiency, and remained in continuous compliance with changing WCAG 2.1AA guidelines and Section 508 and ADA , and AODA laws.