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Digital accessibility by real people, for every user.

You know digital accessibility matters, and you want a partner to show you how to get it right. Our team of experts and users with disabilities will help you create a purposeful, sustainable digital accessibility strategy.

Why Choose Perkins Access

We are proud to serve our customers who are leading the way in digital accessibility.

Why is human-centered design important for your business?

Because designing for users with disabilities means a better experience for users of all abilities.

  • Accessible means intuitive and flexible
  • A smooth experience means happier customers
  • Satisfied customers means more customers
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Digital accessibility isn’t just profitable. It’s the right thing to do.

1 billion

people worldwide are affected by a disability

40 %

of people over 65 have a visual impairment

52 %

of people buy from brands that practice inclusion

Client Stories

"Working with Perkins Access has put accessibility at the forefront of everyone's mind. It comes up more frequently in conversations, and it's championed by designers and developers."
Julianna Egner
Director of Project Management, Warren for President
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The Perkins Difference

As part of Perkins School for the Blind, we are committed to making the world more accessible for everyone.

Perkins is the world leader in education and services for people with complex disabilities and visual impairments. We are an international innovator and established authority on serving people with disabilities. When you partner with Perkins Access you’ll benefit from a legacy of innovation that is unparalleled and unending.

Discover the Perkins Access Difference

Talk to an expert about your accessibility needs.

We’re excited to partner with you to help your organization reach, engage and serve more people, more fully.
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