Xerox was the first in our industry to design products that are accessible and easy for every customer to operate. Our dedicated team of design professionals continues to focus on adapting products so that ease of use is not compromised. To make our systems more accessible for people with disabilities, Xerox has developed accessories such as angled consoles, Braille console labels and “start print” foot switches.
In 1998, when Congress amended Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Xerox stepped forward. We developed solutions to adapt our technology for use by government workers who are disabled. We established a rigorous process to evaluate our products’ compliance with Section 508. Learn more about our efforts to meet Section 508 accessibility requirements.