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How To Write Alt Text and Image Descriptions For Instagram

How To Write Alt Text and Image Descriptions For Instagram

How to write alt text and image descriptions for your Instagram posts

Amazon Rapids Review

Amazon Rapids Review

One of my friends and I were talking the other day about free children’s books apps and how important they are for helping kids get excited about reading. I was excited to discover that Amazon has a free children’s book library app called Amazon Rapids, […]

Using Amazon Music With Vision Impairment

Using Amazon Music With Vision Impairment

I spend several hours a day listening to music, usually on my iPod or an internet connected device. While I enjoy being able to buy songs and albums when possible to support my favorite artists, I also love having access to any song I can […]

Marvel Comics App Review For Vision Impairment

Marvel Comics App Review For Vision Impairment

Many of my friends with vision impairment enjoy watching Marvel movies and reading Marvel comics. At first, I was confused on how they were able to read the comics until I found the Marvel Comics app a year ago. While I don’t consider myself a […]

How To Watch Audio Described Movies On Your Next Flight

How To Watch Audio Described Movies On Your Next Flight

There’s nothing like being able to watch a movie and relax while on a flight, and with recent technology updates, now blind and visually impaired passengers can learn how to watch audio described movies while on their next flight. I recently discovered this while on […]

Using DoorDash With Vision Impairment

Using DoorDash With Vision Impairment

Whenever I am in an unfamiliar place, I love trying new foods and restaurants so I can broaden my horizons. I’ve had amazing pineapple upside down pancakes, discovered a love for kimchi fries and kimchi rice bowls, devoured some of the best breakfast tacos I’ve […]

Using Twitter With Vision Impairment

Using Twitter With Vision Impairment

I was having a conversation with one of my mentors on Friday and was telling them about all sorts of cool articles I had found while using Twitter about vision impairment. I was surprised to learn that they didn’t use Twitter, because there are so […]

Accessible Virtual Field Trip- The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Accessible Virtual Field Trip- The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Many things have changed and improved in the years following the September 11th attacks, including airport security, media broadcasting, and the use of digital mapping technology. It’s especially interesting to see how digital mapping technology played a role in developing the 9/11 Memorial and Museum […]

How To Make Historical Documents Accessible For Vision Impairment

How To Make Historical Documents Accessible For Vision Impairment

Using free assistive technology resources to make primary sources accessible for vision impairment

Using PicsArt To Simulate Vision Impairment

Using PicsArt To Simulate Vision Impairment

As the only student identified with low vision in my school district, I was asked time and time again what I could see, and what I couldn’t see. This wasn’t always very easy to explain, but I remember one day my teacher of the visually […]