Google’s mission is to organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful to all. In a guest blog on our website Google’s Senior Programme Manager for Accessibility, Christopher Patnoe, shares how they make their products accessible and highlights a number of the accessibility features across their portfolio.
Google is able to conduct in-depth product research and gather valuable user feedback through a community that includes advocacy organisations, training centres, schools, companies and governments, to ultimately help shape the future of their products.
With these insights they are able to design products such as the Google Home, as well as many accessibility-specific features built into their other products and services.
Read more about Google’s approach to accessibility HERE