Celebrating global accessibility

It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day (#GAAD), and we’re proud to be one of the many catalysts involved in helping disabled people around the world to enjoy the magic of video games.

Everything useful that we learn through our assessments and research has the potential to be recycled to help others worldwide, and it results in resources like EyeMine, gameaccess.info and Eye Gaze Games. It’s also a privilege to be able to share our accessibility experience with developers to help make their games more accessible and to collaborate with manufacturers like Microsoft in the creation of internationally-available accessibility products.

We’re only part of the story though, and we offer our heartfelt thanks to all the individuals, developers, educators, communities and companies who are embracing accessibility and driving it forward – you’re truly making a life-changing difference!

Montage of gamers around the GAAD logo