Supplier Profile

Dolphin Computer Access Ltd

member since 2006

Millions of blind, partially-sighted and dyslexic people around the World choose Dolphin accessible technology for their personal and professional use.

We empower users with all degrees of sight loss, computer skills and reading ability, through our Windows software and free apps including SuperNova, GuideConnect, EasyReader and EasyConverter Express.

Dolphin is the only specialist software house producing accessibility solutions for individuals, organisations and those in education.

By using our assistive technology, individuals with varying levels of visual impairment and computer experience can do everyday things easily on computers, tablets and mobiles – you can read, browse, work, learn and communicate in the way that best suits you.

We design and develop our accessible software products in-house. So when you talk to a member of our sales, support, design and development teams you are speaking with a hands-on expert with your best interests at heart.

Founded in 1986 this UK-owned company is now a global market leader with over 50 staff worldwide. We support an international community of users from our Worcester HQ and offices in New Jersey, USA and Falköping, Sweden.

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Own Brands

  • SuperNova, GuideConnect, EasyReader Apps & ScreenReader

Supplier Brands

  • Microsoft, LaNovo & Accuratus

Early Years

  • No
EasyReader is Making Children Much More Independent, Says QTVI

Simon Ward is a Qualified Teacher of the Visually Impaired, working for Wirral Local Education Authority. Many of the visually impaired learners under Simon’s care are unable to read standard print, so ensuring that they have full and equal access to the curriculum is a challenge. As one of only 4 QTVIs in the authority, finding an app that improved students’ book access, which is fully accessible and free, was a real breakthrough.

Dolphin Computer Access Announces Free EasyReader App for Talking Books developed with RNIB

UK assistive technology developer, Dolphin Computer Access, has worked with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to enable...