See How We Design for Accessibility

Jerry Blazek, Creative Director, Xerox Digital Marketing

Maybe you’ve never heard of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), but global accessibility has a long, proud history at Xerox. Accessibility is about providing universal access—meaning anyone who wants to access information can do it, regardless of platform or physical ability.

Digital Accessibility

We bake accessibility into our digital experiences. Whether it’s a new marketing website for the Xerox® Iridesse® Production Press, or a list of product specs, our goal is to make content available to all users—including those with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive and neurological disabilities.

Ultimately, we want to help users navigate and find content, and make that content easier to see and hear. We try to eliminate barriers and improve access for all.

Accessible Products, Software and Apps

Our product and software designers are intimately familiar with creating printers, apps and software interfaces that are accessible to individuals with disabilities. They don’t just design to meet regulatory standards, but rather to satisfy all of our customers’ needs. That’s because customers are at the center of everything we do.

Xerox and Section 508: Designing for Accessibility

See examples of accessories we provide for people with disabilities.

Read our FAQ about Section 508 accessibility compliance.

Diversity and Inclusion: Our vision and strategy.

More articles about diversity and inclusion in Xerox Connect.

Get up to speed on GAAD

Mark the seventh annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day by learning more about digital access and inclusion for people with different disabilities.

Learn more about GAAD.

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