Motion Settings

Comcast NBCUniversal is committed to making our products, services, and experiences accessible to the widest possible audiences — creating new pathways to independence and inspiration for people with disabilities. We’re continuously innovating to expand the utility of our products, from the cable industry’s first talking guide to narrated voice descriptions of TV programs, to remotes that can be manipulated through eye-tracking devices — all of which are available today. We are also committed to making our workplaces inclusive for employees of all abilities and to building a workforce that reflects the demographics of the disability community.

Our web and mobile experiences are designed and developed in accordance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA. Conformance with WCAG 2.1 AA criteria and usability of our products are measured by leveraging automation tools and by manually testing with assistive technologies including screen readers, alternative input devices, screen magnification, and high contrast display tools.

This website utilizes parallax, scrolling, and micro-animations to deliver a modern and immersive experience for our users. We've included the ability to manually turn off this motion in order to provide the best possible experience for all users.


Reduce Motion

Currently, you have motion reduction ENABLED. To turn this OFF, please follow the instructions below to access your operating system settings.

Currently, you have motion reduction DISABLED. To turn this ON, please follow the instructions below to access your operating system settings.


Windows: Reduce Motion

  1. Control Panel "Ease of Access"
  2. Select "Optimize Visual Display"
  3. Scroll to "Make things on the screen easier to see"
  4. Check "Turn off all unnecessary animations (when possible)"
  5. Scroll to bottom of page and click "OK" buttons

Android: Reduce Motion

  1. First go to Android Settings to turn on "Developer Options"
  2. Then go to "About Phone" and scroll to "Software Information"
  3. Choose "Build Information" and tap until a message appears saying "Developer mode has been turned on"
  4. Return to Android Settings
  5. Choose "Developer Options"
  6. Choose "Window Animations Scale" and set animation to off
  7. Next, choose "Transition Animation Scale" and set animation to off
  8. Next, choose "Animator duration scale" and set animation to off

iOS: Reduce Motion

  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap the “General” option
  3. Tap the “Accessibility” option
  4. Tap the “Reduce Motion” option
  5. Toggle the “Reduced Motion” toggle” to on

macOS: Reduce Motion

  1. Open System Preferences
  2. Click the “Accessibility” option
  3. Click the “Display” option
  4. Check the “Reduce Motion” option