Accessibility of Additio App

Additio App is committed to providing products that are usable by the widest possible number of people, emphasizing accessibility throughout the entire product design and development process.

Additio App products are generally designed and developed with consideration of the internationally recognized Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) as well as Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Additio App strives to meet the success criteria of the global accessibility standards WCAG 2.1 Level AA and conducts accessibility testing of its products to evaluate compliance with industry standards


The compliance of each product is documented in the Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) of the respective product, which can be provided upon request.

Testing and Tools

Some of the tools used for accessibility testing include:

-The DHS Trusted Tester process, which includes manual processes based on IAAP WAS testing methods and manual testing with screen readers.


-The W3C Web Accessibility Conformance Evaluation Methodology (WCAG-EM), which includes manual accessibility testing, automated accessibility tools, and testing with assistive technology across multiple platforms and browsers.


-Other tests and tools: WAVE by WebAIM; axeDevTools by Deque; Lighthouse; NVDA; JAWS; Apple Voiceover; Google Talkback; Dragon Naturally Speaking; Read & Write; Read Aloud; ARC Rules accessibility evaluator; Accessibility Viewer; Accessibility Insights for Web; browser developer tools; color contrast analyzers by WebAIM and TPGi; and the W3C Nu HTML Checker.

European Accessibility Act

Since Additio App products (such as Additio LMS) are used by government agencies and universities within the European Union, the European Accessibility Act is also relevant to product development.


ATAG 2.0
As Additio LMS is a place to build content (as well as consume content), we also refer to the ATAG 2.0 guidelines. Additio LMS features a powerful rich text editor (TinyMCE editor) to allow users to create formatted content within an easy-to-use interface.


ARIA 1.1
Since many parts of the Additio LMS user interface are dynamic and interactive, we follow ARIA recommendations to inform assistive technologies such as screen readers.


Section 508 (U.S.)
As Additio LMS is used by U.S. government agencies, the Section 508 amendment of the U.S. may be relevant for Moodle.


Accessibility Certification Provided by TothomWeb

TothomWeb is the first company accredited by ENAC for the certification of web and mobile application accessibility, and the leading IT accessibility consultancy in Spain working for national and international governments specifically and exclusively on online accessibility.


The TothomWeb team consists of blind and variously disabled IT programmers, specializing in accessibility audits. Following an audit, TothomWeb has certified the accessibility of the LMS developed by Additio App after a series of adaptations


Once the report was completed and compliance with WCAG 2.1 Level AA was confirmed, we began working to achieve AAA compliance with key improvements currently in development. We continue to rely on this company’s support to ensure that product finishes and adaptations comply with legal requirements.


Accessibility Questions
If you have any questions about the accessibility of Additio App and its products, please contact us and we will respond as soon as possible, at [email protected]

Fed UE
Didactic Labs, within the framework of the ICEX Export Initiation Program, has had the support of ICEX and co-financing from the European FEDER fund, to contribute to the international development of the company and its environment.
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