Inclusive design exploration by Vivek Saigal

Inclusive Design

Intuit products and experiences are open to everyone, regardless of education level, physical, sensory, or cognitive ability, gender, or other attributes. When we create accessible products, we make things better for everyone–with increased access, reduced friction, and smoother experiences for the greatest number of people.

Job interview training for blind and low vision students in India

Making our products and the world better through diversity and inclusion

Financial education and literacy

Our No.1 goal is to demystify bookkeeping, accounting, money movement, taxes, and everything in-between. Intuit’s resource centers include information to understand tax deductions, assistance programs, and business considerations for people with disabilities.

Zachary Davis explains his entrepreneurship journey at Intuit Design Week

Customer Research

Empathy for our customers, including them in our design process, and solving their problems allows our design teams to go above and beyond expectations. Participate in paid user research. Your feedback will help us improve our products and build better solutions to help you power prosperity.

An Aira agent providing sighted assistance

Powering Prosperity with Aira

Together with Aira, a service that provides visual interpreters for people with visual impairments, we’ve created a first-of-its-kind program to empower blind and low-vision entrepreneurs. Through the Aira App, any blind or low vision small business owner or QuickBooks customer can click one button and be instantly connected to a remote set of eyes. Once connected, they can obtain the necessary support to access missing visual information and perform an unlimited series of tasks.

Mohammad Raza Hasan, Gaurab Day, and Amit Vaz participating in Walk for Inclusion

We Care and Give Back

We Care and Give Back lets our teams to chase their passions through skills-based giving, workplace volunteer events, and more. We strengthen the communities around us and strive to give everyone the opportunity to prosper.

Brandon Biggs and Sagar Barbhaya at the Magical Bridge Playground

Accessibility Champions

Intuit’s 700 Accessibility Champions learn about people with disabilities, how to celebrate them, and what it takes to make our products inclusive and accessible to everyone. Our champions volunteer in their communities, lead customer interviews, study inclusive design and engineering, and drive global projects for more accessible products.

Intuit believes in empowering people of all abilities

Accessibility Policy

Intuit strives to improve the accessibility and usability of our websites for all users, including those with disabilities. Consistent with this goal, we have taken a number of steps to enhance our site and increase its usability by those who access the web using assistive technology. These steps have been guided and informed by comments, suggestions and feedback from members of the disability community and our users, as well as by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, version 2.1, Level AA (WCAG 2.1 AA). Some of the steps we have taken to improve accessibility and usability include:

• Alternative text for appropriate images and non-text visual elements
• Heading structures for page elements
• Support for keyboard and alternative inputs
• Labels for form inputs
• Accessible Rich Internet Application (ARIA) programming

We take the accessibility of our websites seriously and are committed to meeting the needs of all our customers.

If you are experiencing any problems accessing the content of this website, please call Intuit Phone Support at 1-800-446-8848. If you would like to share feedback regarding the accessibility of our website or products, you can also send us an email at accessibility-feedback@intuit.com.