After initial accessibility issues, Google has gone to great lengths to make Google Apps accessible for all users.
To get started, check out our resources below for Low Vision/Blind and Deaf/Hard of Hearing users. You can also visit Google’s getting started with accessibility guides and community resources at Google’s Accessibility Guides.
- Low Vision and Blind Users
- Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users
Google has extensive resources for accessibility to low vision and blind users for many of their apps including (but not limited to):
- Google Drive (including: Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides)
- Google Chrome and ChromeVOX
These include setup instructions for keyboard navigation, using JAWS/NVDA. For more information, visit Google’s “Using Google products: How to use accessibility features”.
Google has features across their software and devices that enable them for hearing impaired accessibility. These include (but not limited to):
- Google Hangouts with the Sign Language Interpreter App
- YouTube and Closed Captioning
For more information visit Google’s Using Google products: How to use accessibility features.