See Me Please


See Me Please is a NSW Born early-stage startup offering organisations an easy and more modern way to test the usability of their digital experiences. Their marketplace curates panels of 18 testers, spanning people who are blind, have low vision, are Deaf, neurodivergent, older than 70 and people who do not speak English well to user test their services. And in doing so, they create meaningful employment opportunities for people with disabilities and non-English speaking refugees in the countries they operate in.

See Me Please's innovative approach to digital inclusion has been recognised by the Australian Government as one of the first organisations accepted into the Made in Australia flagship Industry Growth Program.