Good Business through Universal Design
Product Accessibility LLC works with consumer product and service businesses to reach everyone in their target market through universal design and accessibility. Not only does Universal Design make good business sense, it has many compelling social and legal drivers. Universally accessible products and services improve the way things are done and what can be achieved. Product Accessibility LLC works with businesses to deliver a better customer experience for everyone- the business, their employees, and customers.
Your Business Partner
Our ideal business partners are product manufacturers, service firms, and government contractors in the consumer marketplace. I work with leaders from product design, software, and HR teams to bring accessibility to their employees and their customers. They look to Product Accessibility LLC for our experience in accessibility core competencies, disability inclusion, and business innovation.
Product Evaluation, Employee Training, and Innovation
Product Accessibility LLC evaluates our business client’s consumer products and services on the strengths of accessibility to reach their full target market. We provide an Accessibility Evaluation(c) which follows a consistent process and scorecard based on global accessibility standards, business maturity models, as well as informal field surveys from the following disabilities – Vision, Hearing, Cognitive, and Mobility. We provide employee and recruiter training, including Disability Foundations 101. We provide our expertise to key business leaders through education, project management, and mentorship.
It’s 2021 and we are in the earliest stage of building our business. Here’s how you can help us be more effective in our mission. We want to understand the customer goals of consumer product and service businesses. We also want to understand customers with disabilities; the products they like and the products they need for success at work and at home.
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Our work positively contributes to business’ engagement in the social concerns defined in the global definition of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG).
Those With Disabilities Have Big Spending Power
“The total disposable incomes (post-tax) for working-age individuals with disabilities is nearly $500 billion.” Compared to other segments and markets in the United States, they hold impressive buying power.
Member since 2020
Member since 2018