Customer accessibility stories
Accessible technology helps all of us accomplish more. For many people, it facilitates their ability to learn, participate, and thrive in today's digital world.
TD Bank Group
TD Bank Group encourages all employees to use the built-in accessibility features in Office 365 and Windows 10, to create inclusive content for each other and for customers.
Accenture uses Microsoft 365, which includes Office 365, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Enterprise Mobility + Security, to empower employees to achieve their potential.Learn about their inclusive culture
Exclusively serving students with learning disabilities, this school uses Microsoft assistive technologies like Learning Tools and OneNote to inspire confident learners.Learn how the tools are applied
Steve and Gaby
A blind father uses accessible technologies like Office Lens and OneNote to quickly take control of a medical emergency involving his young daughter.Play to learn their story
Andrew and Mitra
A mother witnesses her 8-year-old son with dyslexia read for the first time with the help of Microsoft Learning Tools.Start the video about Andrew
A college student with low vision uses built-in accessibility tools in Office 365 and Windows 10, to create a perfect presentation on Sway—a Microsoft digital storytelling app.Learn about Veronica and Sway
Justin and Kris
A college student with athetoid cerebral palsy uses Office Online and his communication device to promote inclusivity, inspiring others to do the same.Find out more about Justin
A university lecturer claims there's never been a better time to be a blind person, with Office 365 and Seeing AI facilitating interaction and collaboration.Check out Cameron's story
Jack and Marisa
A blind teacher enables his students to create high-quality visual content with Office 365.Learn how they use Office 365