The PDF Association recognizes its members supporting ISO 14289 (PDF/UA)! Members offering PDF/UA services are also recognized.
See the key for more information about this table.
NOTE: All claims are made by the software publisher or service provider, and have not been vetted by the PDF Association. Please see each vendor’s “More info” link for additional information.
|Access for All||PAC 3¹|
|axaio software||MadeToTag for InDesign|
|axesPDF for Word|
|CommonLook||Clarity / Validator|
|Crawford Technologies||Accessibility Express|
|Datalogics||Adobe PDF Library||P|
|kühn & weyh||M/TEXT|
|PDFlib GmbH||PDFlib 9 family|
|Solimar Systems||Accessibility Engine|
|Visual Integrity||PDF Conversion SDK||P|
|PDF Custom SDK||P|
¹ – PAC is developed by axes4
² – NV Access is a charitable organization maintaining open-source software
Organizations listed in italics are not members of the PDF Association but are included in this listing because they are either assistive-technology providers or developers of free open source software, with products that offer at least partial support for tagged PDF and PDF/UA.
The ability to create tagged PDF documents with semantically-appropriate structure elements from a source file or existing untagged PDF.
The ability to create PDF documents conforming to PDF/UA (ISO 14289-1:2014).
The ability to correct the logical structure tree of a tagged PDF file.
The ability to confirm PDF/UA conformance based on the Matterhorn Protocol‘s set of checks:
|P||Partial, some limited aspects of verification|
|M||All machine checks. Without human verification, machine verification is usually inadequate.|
|Complete validation, all checks (machine and human).|
The product includes an end-user-oriented interactive PDF (or PDF-alternative) viewer that uses tagged PDF to make PDF/UA files available to Assistive Technology.