Our mission at Desmos is to help every student learn math and love learning math. Not some students. Every student. With that in mind, we design our math tools to ensure students who are blind or visually impaired have the same opportunities as their peers to discover the joy of learning math. Read about all of our accessibility features at Desmos.
Graphing Calculator Accessibility: Text-to-Speech and Audio Trace
Need help configuring your screen reader on a PC, Mac, or Chromebook? We've got you covered here.
Math-aware text-to-speech and our powerful keyboard shortcuts make entering expressions a breeze.
Turn on audio trace to hear a single function or an entire system of equations.
Other Calculator Accessibility: Enlarge Display, Reverse Contrast, and Braille
All of our math tools include Enlarge Display, which makes text and graphed curves larger and bolder. Access Enlarge Display by clicking on the wrench icon found in each tool.
All four Desmos calculators also include a Reverse Contrast mode, also accessible via the wrench icon.
The wrench icon also accesses our Braille options in certain tools. We support Nemeth and UEB in our Graphing, Four Function and Scientific Calculators, as well as in our Classroom Activities!
Check out our collection of Braille examples here: desmos.com/braille-examples
Add Video Captions
When adding a video to your activity, video captions are now available in activity builder to ensure the video is accessible for all students.
Learn more about how to Add Video Captions.
Watch our Accessibility Webinar to see some of these features at work, with input from both the Desmos Teaching Faculty and the Desmos Engineering team.
Watch our recent Coffee Hour with TSBVI, featuring members of the Desmos Engineering Team.