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Kognity's Accessibility Commitment

Read the article below to learn more about our platform accessibility commitment to Kognity educators and students!

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Written by Courtney Librizzi
Updated over a week ago

Kognity’s vision is to radically improve learning for 1,5 billion students worldwide. A key component in realising our vision is the accessibility of our product, which is a top priority for us. We’re committed in our work towards delivering on a WCAG* AA compliance level.

The accessibility Kognity strives towards:

  • Perceivable

    • Using a design that makes it easy to understand the product

    • Using standardised contrast ratio for readability

    • Key content text size can be adapted to user preferences

    • All images and other visual content include appropriate text alternatives

    • All audio includes a transcript

    • All videos include captions

  • Operable

    • All features can be controlled via keyboard, which supports users with a large range of assistive devices

  • Understandable

    • All text content is inclusive and written in alignment with the appropriate reading level

    • Subject specific glossary and general translation tools are provided

    • Microsoft Immersive Reader helps students with learning differences such as dyslexia, the Immersive Reader is available in compatible subjects

    • Behaviour of the platform is predictable which helps users with and without assistive devices understand and use the platform

  • Robust

    • Well structured HTML code enable screen readers and other assistive devices to interpret the page

Help us become even better!

We continually strive to improve all aspects of our product accessibility, but there’s always room to improve and enhance the Kognity experience – for you. If you have questions or ideas on how we can become even better at accessibility, let us know! Contact us at

*What is WCAG?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) explains how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. WCAG covers web sites, applications, and other digital content. It is developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). WCAG is an international standard.

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