What is iSigner?
How does iSigner work?
The technology behind iSigner is magic! Our patent-pending technology displays what looks like a live sign language translator on your website, but is actually thousands of short ASL videos being streamed; back-to-back… with no gaps.
Changes you make on your website are immediately reflected in iSigner. Accuracy is important to your visitors, and important to iSigner. We read your web page live. Changes you make are reflected the next time iSigner loads.
Easy to Install
We worked hard to make iSigner easy to install, and it usually takes five minutes or less. With just a simple code simple installed on your website, iSigner will immediately start working.
Make Your Website Accessible
No qualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any public entity.
— Americans with Disabilites Act (ADA), section 35.130 a
Your Visitors May Prefer Sign Language
People who are deaf within the first three years of their life, prefer sign language over a written language. Just because you can see doesn’t mean you can read. And just because you can read, doesn’t mean you understand the language you are reading. Until now people who are deaf were forced to read English written websites and video captions, even if sign language was their preferred language. iSigner changes that…
Americans With Disabilites Act
All websites are in violation of the ADA. iSigner provides a solution to communication challenges for many people; providing accessibility and independence. Many federal regulations specify equal access guidelines, and iSigner’s unique capabilities make it possible to easily achieve these goals for your website. Equal access to information is a right under United States Federal Law, and iSigners revolutionary technology provides communication accessibility where it never existed before.\r\n\r\nIn 1990, Congress signed The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law. The purpose of the ADA was to provide a clear standard for providing equal access top people with disabilities. Rapid changes in technology often marginalize people without even realizing it. It is critical for companies, businesses and organizations to meet the needs of their communities with disabilities and to be in compliance with ADA regulations. At this time, all websites are in violation of the ADA, since their website and online video sources currently do not provide optimal solutions for persons who are deaf. iSigner is the necessary component to solve this issue for these individuals.