Create accessible presentations
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A Simpler Way to Make Accessible Presentations
- Guided, visual, step-by-step correction
- Easily add alt-text for charts, graphs, or images
- Zoom to any issue instantly.
Grackle Slides teaches accessibility as it corrects. Experts enjoy a suite of powerful remediation tools.
More than an Accessibility “Checker”
Creators Learn as they Remediate
A Grackle Slides user doesn’t need accessibility expertise. The Grackle checker outlines what needs to change and makes edits intuitive. Even your boss could do it.
Users learn about accessibility as they walk through it. It’s faster and simpler, and that means more accessible documents.
Because it works within G Suite, Grackle helps documents retain their accessibility in collaborative environments like schools and offices. This lightens the workload and shortens the workflow of accessibility specialists and gatekeepers, giving them more time to fine-tune documents Grackle has powerful tools for fine-tuning.
Accessibility isn’t about meeting standards. It’s about documents (or websites, or buildings) that offer an inclusive experience. Grackle works to exceed the expectations of the people who need accessible documents, as well as those who create them.
Alt-Image Tag Catalog
When descriptive text is added to an image, Grackle stores it. When that image is used again, even in a different Google document, Grackle adds it automatically.
Benefit: Consistency and productivity.
Created a Tagged PDF
With a click, Grackle saves a Google doc as a tagged PDF that meets PDF/UA standards. Grackle supports over 30 PDF/UA Tags,
Benefit: Expert-level control.
With a click, a Grackle user can make a special copy of an accessible document. A “Cloned” document retains all of its updated accessibility tags and other information – even comments from other Docs users. When it comes to preserving accessibility, no Grackle user needs to be sheepish.
Benefit: Consistency. Efficiency.
Grackle lets users rearrange structural elements of a Google Doc via drag-and-drop. This doesn’t affect how it looks, just how it is processed by screen readers.
Benefit: Improved experience for accessible device users.