Prepare to be Amazed…

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Amaze Accessibility Overlay

Here at Deque we are always pursuing new innovations in web accessibility, and we believe that our newest offering is a real game-changer.  I am very happy to announce a completely new and revolutionary software platform called Amaze that expands the ways that web sites and mobile applications can be made accessible to all users.

Amaze provides companies with a faster and easier process to make their digital content available to web users who are disabled.  But what make Amaze a truly exciting product - besides its speed, efficiency, and ease of use - is the Amaze Accessibility Overlay.

The Accessibility Overlay applies a layer of accessible user interface elements that replaces any inaccessible parts of a web page. For example, a site might have a customer service form with a mislabeled "submit" button that makes it invisible to a customer who is blind and using a screen reader.  If organizations utilize third-party sites and services for activities like social media, benefits, or even maps, Amaze Accessibility Overlays can make those resources accessible without having to reprogram a single line of source code.

The bottom line: Amaze is an easy-to-install end user plugin that provides a rapid, cost-effective, and secure solution for making web resources accessible without affecting a site's performance in any way.

Deque's Amaze technology is available today and is currently in use by a number of customers.  If you would like more information or to request a demo, I encourage you to sign-up at

Preety Kumar

Deque Systems, CEO


Preety is the CEO of Deque Systems and co-founded Deque in 1999 with the vision of unifying Web access, both from the user and the technology perspective. Under Preety's leadership, Deque has grown to be a market leader in the field of information accessibility, serving corporate and government clients with the highest standards in information technology such as Veteran Affairs, Department of Education, Humana, Intuit, HSBC, Target, and others. She collaborated with the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and is a nominated member of the Accessibility Forum's Strategic Management Council: a GSA sponsored group with representatives from the IT industry, academia, Government Agencies, and disabled user groups that fosters information accessibility through mutual cooperation.

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