The most important things that you will learn today:
It’s the approximate number of hearing impaired people in Brazil (Censo 2010).
They are illiterate or semi-literate in written languages and dependent on Sign Languages for information (WFD 2003).
Are currently considered accessible in Brazil.
a big communication barrier between companies and millions of deaf people that want to consume online.
Take your message to millions of people
to you to make your website accessible with Hand Talk
Innovation and pioneering
Brazilian Law of Inclusion
What our customers say
"We had no idea that the receptivity would be so great. Clearly, there was a repressed demand from hearing impaired customers, people who felt welcomed with Hugo by their sides on our website."
“When I met Hand Talk’s work, the project immediately touched my heart. In a few weeks time we were able to make our site accessible in Libras and we have had over a million translations! Our business case with Hugo was recognized by the market, with the ABT and Best Performance awards."
Alberto Gugelmin Neto
"Unimed has a vocation of taking care of people and that means providing accessibility in our services. Therefore, the digital content of our website is adapted to Brazilian Sign Language. For us, every contact, every customer, is unique. Being accessible to them is part of our way of caring."