In the summer of 1955 at a small Parish Church in the village of Humberston, northern England, Ian Bierley's Mother and Father were joined in holy matrimony. Back in those days cameras and film were nothing like they became and the photograph is one of only a few taken that day at the wedding.

In the summer of 1955 at a small Parish Church in the village of Humberston, northern England, Ian Bierley's Mother and Father were joined in holy matrimony. Back in those days cameras and film were nothing like they became and the photograph is one of only a few taken that day at the wedding.

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My husband bought a MonoMouse and I have to say it has transformed his life.
— Mrs Fisher

About

It all started when...

In 2002 Ian Bierley's mother was diagnosed with glaucoma. She was told that there was nothing that could be done to save her sight and that her best option was to seek help and advice from various visually impaired charities and organisations. They went to some open days and events but could only find very expensive and complicated devices. With a background in electronics, Ian was convinced that he would be able to find a solution to solve his Mothers adversity within a few minutes searching on the internet. To his surprise there didn't appear to be anything that was simple enough or affordable enough on the market at that time. After a few weeks of research Ian quit his successful job at a market leading image sensor. This was the start of Bierley.com Limited and we have helped tens of thousands of people just like Ian's mother over the past 15 years.

Our business is all about...

Helping people with partial sight the magnify text is what we do all day, everyday. Our products are innovative but simple. They have been designed specifically for people with partial sight, poor coordination, dexterity issues and anyone who may find modern technology confusing.

Our mission...

We aim to help as many people as we can to regain their independence by being able to see any text to read. We are achieving this by working with:

There are over two million people in the UK are living with sight loss and most of these are not aware that there are product out there to help.