We’ve all been affected by the COVID pandemic. This is especially true for small business owners. There have been few opportunities to adapt to the closed buildings, reduced tourism, and shift to virtual universities and government work. At Intuit, we’ve taken significant steps to help small businesses survive the COVID shutdowns and transformations. I’d like to share some of these tools with you.
Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020 Machine learning and artificial intelligence are keywords used to describe the process of building complex interactions based on large amounts of data. While the industry has been evolving steadily since the 1950’s, we are now at a point where there’s universal access to the technology. […]
Intuit’s Accessibility Champion program enables everyone to become a champion and a roadmap for people to become leaders. This was created to celebrate people making contributions towards accessibility. It highlights people via employee profile badges, congratulatory spotlights, and notifications to managers about their commitment. The program emphasizes customer empathy, disability etiquette, and accessible product design […]
Matt May tweeted an observation in 2016 introducing Trickle-Down Accessibility and recognized prioritizing our blind customers could lead to less support for others.
Intuit sets aside a week every year to give employees a chance to work with local non-profit organizations. This year, we gathered a small group to visit the Enchanted Hills Camp in Napa to help them prepare for this summer’s campers. It’s a fantastic organization and we loved our time there. Here are some photographs […]