Happy (belated) Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Each year, on the third Thursday of May, promoting “digital accessibility and inclusion for people with all disabilities.” It’s a celebration of assistive technology, universal design, and disability representation- after all, as many as 1 in 7 people have […]
One of the most common things I hear from people with vision impairments is that it’s very difficult to get technical support when using assistive technology. One of my friends gave the example of when they had a problem accessing something with JAWS, and the […]
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet people from the US Bureau of Engraving, which designs and produces paper money, amongst other things, for the United States government. I was surprised to learn about the world of free resources for identifying US […]
It’s easy to get distracted while reading text. Weird text formatting, random images, difficult-to-read font, and confusing words can all impact the reader’s experience, keeping them from fully understanding the text. Today, I will be sharing five tools that can simplify the reading experience, and […]
As a college student, I have had the opportunity to help many friends and friends of friends with their technology issues over the years. Whenever I help them though, I like to show them exactly what I am doing so that way they can learn […]
As a college student with low vision, I constantly find myself surrounded by things I can’t see. I don’t always have someone with me that can help me figure out what’s around me, but I do always have my iPad and internet access on my […]
Learn what high resolution images are, why they are important, how to create high resolution images, and where to find them.