Susan Hauser and Jenny Lay-Flurrie Recognized for Commitment to Accessibility and Inclusion

Last week, Microsoft employees were recognized for their commitment to accessibility and inclusion. Their leadership inspires us as we continue our journey to empower people with disabilities to achieve more. Susan Hauser, corporate vice president, Business and Corporate Responsibility at Microsoft, was recognized this week by the Cerebral Palsy Foundation for her commitment to accessibility…


Windows Accessibility: What to Expect Later This Year

By Jeff Petty, Windows Accessibility Program Manager Lead Today we are celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day. This is a great opportunity to share an inside look into what’s coming in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update later this year. Let’s take a quick look back, before we get into an overview of features that will be…


A Graphic Designer Rewrites Her Future with Parkinson’s Disease

Today at Build, Microsoft’s annual developer conference, chief executive officer Satya Nadella shared his vision for the future of technology. As part of the discussion, he emphasized the role that technology can play to empower people to achieve more and the importance of inclusive design to make sure technology leaves no one behind. At the…


Smart Cities for All Toolkit: G3ict, World Enabled and Microsoft Look to Empower Accessible Cities

In collaboration with G3ict and World Enabled, today we are pleased to announce the availability of the Smart Cities for All Toolkit. With support from Microsoft, the organizations launched the Smart Cities for All initiative to define the state of accessible technology in cities worldwide with a focus on closing the digital divide for persons…