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Vision Australia commends the KISA phone team for seeking input to improve accessibility for people who are blind or have low vision, and we look forward to having a further opportunity to evaluate the prototypes when they are available.

Bruce Maguire

Vision Australia

In 2013 three Melbourne-based entrepreneurs came up with a new idea of making mobile phones more accessible for the wider community

Startup kisa creates innovative mobile phone for the elderly and disabled.

Tasnuva Bindi

shoestring.com.au

It is fantastic to see KISA develop a product in consultation with blind and vision impaired people, rather than dictate what we should have. Older Australians will also find this phone a real life saver.

Steve Hurd

Guide Dogs Victoria

Melbourne company KISA has developed a phone that makes and takes calls. No touchscreen, no texting, no camera, no social media and no complicated set-up.

Katie Cincotta

FairFax Media

An 'easy to use' mobile phone has been developed to make mobile communication accessible to everyone – particularly the elderly and those with low vision.

The world’s lowest-tech mobile phone has become a must-have gadget for seniors.

Troels Sommerville

Moorabbin Glen Eira Leader

KISA phone refines basic phone design for elderly and blind.

Seamus Byrne

CNET

A specialised phone that keeps it simple but still useful, you may know someone for who this handset will be perfect for.

Farrha Khan

TechRadar

Aimed at both the elderly and younger kids, it has large buttons, no screen and only a limited number of contacts which can even be identified with symbols or pictures.

Martine Oglethorpe

facebook.com/TheModernParent

KISA team are chosen as one of the 10 entrepreneurs creating next generation hardware products.

Mat Beeche

startupdaily.com.au

My hat off to KISA team for bringing out a product with such crisp and clear ties to its niche user needs. What a fresh change from a "see what we can do!"philosophy in product development to "what would you like us to do?" You have taken the time to ask your potential users what they want - and you have listened. The result is not only a product that is unique and desirable but also an impressive head-start in customer relations.

Dr Eugene Aidman MAPS Psychologist and Human Factors Specialist

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