Explore how Perkins Access has helped ensure accessibility for websites visited by thousands of users every day.
Students with Visual Impairment can take Online Courses at Harvard
Perkins Access assesses online courses at Harvard for accessibility.
"Harvard’s Division of Continuing Education is committed to being a leader in expanding access to all learners, and we have been very pleased to work with Perkins School for the Blind on this effort. The Perkins Access team has helped us understand the challenges facing a wide range of users and translated that into very workable recommendations to improve accessibility of our online learning content. Our collaboration with Perkins has brought an important set of perspectives and expertise to bear on developing our courses, which we know will have benefits for all of our learners and create a truly accessible academic community."
-Robert Neugeboren, Chief Accessibility Officer
University of Notre Dame
Perkins Access boosts the accessibility of Notre Dame’s admission’s site.
"The team at Perkins helped us find the correct balance of device and page coverage that worked within our budget. The Perkins Solutions final report and follow-up not only gave us practical advice on how to improve the site that was tested, but also lessons we can take forward into future projects."
-Erik Runyon, Technical Director of Marketing Communications
Notre Dame University
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Perkins Access helps online learning provider comply with state and federal accessibility rules.
“The team answered all of our questions along the way. They know what they’re doing.”
- Courtney Ramirez, Product Manager
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University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
IT staff at UNC Walks Away with a Better Understanding of Accessibility Requirements
Perkins Access trains IT staff at UNC on WCAG 2.0 A and AA criteria.
"Being an inclusive university means including people with disabilities, as well as people of different races and ethnicities. We expected people who attended training to be not just better informed, but really more aware of the impact of accessibility.
As a result of the Perkins Access training, accessibility has become part of our everyday conversations about our digital assets."
- Kim Vassiliadis, Digital Solutions Manager
UNC - Chapel Hill
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Perkins Access helps users with disabilities access the popular FoodKeeper app.
"Perkins reviewed the FoodKeeper mobile app for me. Perkins Solutions' suggestions allowed us to make sure the educational app was useful for all people, especially those that might have difficulty reading the expiration dates on food items. Ultimately this resulted in a better, more usable app for all users."
-Christopher Bernstein, Deputy Director, Food Safety and Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Read more about USDA’s food safety app