Click4all allows people with disability to customize their own access to smartphones, tablets and PCs, in order to maximize their autonomy.

Build your own “tailored” computer aid!

With the accessories in the kit and the addition of things and materials you like, you can build touch or pressure interfaces, choosing the size, the material and the position of the buttons.

For instance, in the picture below a boy with motor disability is using two arrows, made of conductive plastic, to control his smartphone by moving his chin. The arrows are placed on the shaft of a microphone by means of magnetic blocks.


a boy with physical disabilities uses click4all to control his smartphone via chin movements