About Dolphin Kiosks
Dolphin Kiosks is an accessibility service that enables organisations to make their existing and future self-service kiosks accessible to more customers. It delivers kiosk accessibility for people who are blind, partially sighted or have a print impairment such as dyslexia.
With over 30 years expertise in developing assistive technology, the specialists at Dolphin will work with you to make your kiosk project a success.
Dolphin Kiosks Service Includes
- Free consultation to discuss the scope of your project.
- Technical specification to add an accessibility layer to your Kiosk software.
- Expert development to customise Dolphin Kiosks for your software.
- Onboarding for key stakeholders across your organisation.
- Dolphin Kiosks software to deliver instant accessibility for your kiosk users.
- Annual review, to ensure your accessibility requirements continue to be met.
The Dolphin Kiosks service is available as a subscription, with options for further development to ensure the ongoing accessibility of your kiosk terminals.
Protect your business and your brand
Choosing the accessibility layer for your kiosks that considers the needs of all your customers is a win for your brand. It provides legal protection from every angle.
Dolphin Kiosks provides customers with a choice of magnification, screen reading, or a combination of both. This ensures your customers interact with your kiosk in a way that is accessible for them.
Dolphin Kiosks is Windows-based software, backed up by over 30 years of Dolphin accessibility expertise. It works with your industry-specific software and the kiosk hardware of your choice.
Available to any industry sector
Support a diverse range of needs
Dolphin Kiosks makes your self-service stations accessible for a wide range of people. When considering what accessibility means to your organisation, consider these statistics:
- 2.2 billion people worldwide who are living with sight loss World Health Organisation
- Up to 20% of the population who are dyslexic International Dyslexia Association
- 773 million adults worldwide in the world who have low or no literacy skills UNESCO
Avoid Accessibility Retrofitting
'Accessibility retrofitting' describes the process of going back to add accessibility features to a website or software you have already developed.
Dolphin Kiosks has been developed in a way that avoids many accessibility retrofitting processes. Dolphin offers ways to add accessibility so that 'pass-through access' might not be necessary.
Check with us before you start accessibility retrofitting to find out how the expertise of our developers will save your business time and money.
Independent Accessibility Testing & Conformance
Ensuring that the software applications deployed on your kiosks comply with accessibility laws is critical. We partner with leaders in digital accessibility governance around the world to provide an independent, third-party review of all your kiosk-based applications.
Conformance testing is explored during your initial consultation to ensure that you are provided with remediation recommendations for meeting compliance criteria if you’re retrofitting, or guidelines for best practice as you move through your development cycles.
Book a Free Consultation
Kick off your kiosk accessibility project with a free consultation. Dolphin accessibility experts will meet with your own stakeholders for a confidential discussion. Here, we can share information and talk about the scope of your project. Your kiosk accessibility project with Dolphin includes:
- Free accessibility consultancy
- Project design and technical specification
- Accessibility integration with your kiosk project
- Optional conformance testing
- Onboarding for stakeholders across your business
- Annual subscription, based on flexible tiers
Leading Global Change
Dolphin is a member of the Kiosk Manufacturers Association (KMA) and a member of the Accessibility sub-committee.
The KMA sub-committee makes recommendations to the United States Access Board and other global organisations who are driving the need for clearer accessibility guidelines and updated legislation related to kiosks and accessibility compliance.