Veronica With Four Eyes

Tag: Android

How I Use IFTTT

How I Use IFTTT

When I first received my Amazon Echo Dot (full review here), I was wondering how I could link it to my phone- specifically, if I could use the voice-controlled Alexa feature to help me find my phone when I would lose it in my dorm […]

Accessing The Periodic Table

Accessing The Periodic Table

In many high school and college science classes, students often encounter the Periodic Table. Typically, it is presented in an inaccessible format, with lots of small numbers and hard to read text. However, there are many ways to make the Periodic Table accessible to people […]

Why Every Student Needs Microsoft Office Lens

Why Every Student Needs Microsoft Office Lens

I was getting ready to complete an assignment the other day, and discovered that I couldn’t see the copy that was provided for me. My professor started to panic and wonder what to do. Luckily, I was able to create an accessible copy on my […]

Microsoft Office OneNote

Microsoft Office OneNote

I have used OneNote all through high school and college, and it seems like every update brings more and more exciting features. I have low vision and dysgraphia, which makes traditional note taking difficult. However, OneNote provides many different tools for students to take great […]

Eclipse Soundscapes Review

Eclipse Soundscapes Review

I wrote about an application called Eclipse Soundscapes prior to the solar eclipse on August 21 that allowed people with low vision or blindness to experience the eclipse without looking at the sun. The review can be found on my blog here. I’m happy to […]

Watching the Solar Eclipse with Low Vision

Watching the Solar Eclipse with Low Vision

It seems like everyone around me has been extremely excited for the solar eclipse. There have been lines that spanned across parking lots to get the special glasses, a few of my friends have made t-shirts for the eclipse, and a lot of local museums […]

Texting Etiquette for Low Vision

Texting Etiquette for Low Vision

One of my friends found a post online that was telling people not to include several emojis in the middle of a text message if the recipient is visually impaired.  I thought it was really awesome that so many people were learning from this post, […]

ScanMarker Air for Print Disabilities

ScanMarker Air for Print Disabilities

During my sophomore year of high school, teachers constantly were forgetting to enlarge my assignments (a little more on that here), leaving me to figure out how to make them accessible myself.  I normally would leave class to go ask a paraprofessional to enlarge the […]

All of the Technology in My Dorm Room

All of the Technology in My Dorm Room

I spend almost my entire day using some type of technology. It’s very rare to see me without at least two of my devices, and when working in my room, I’m often using three or more at once. ¬†While I do consider myself technology savvy- […]

App Accessibility Checklist for Low Vision

App Accessibility Checklist for Low Vision

About a month ago, my friend recommended an application to download on my phone. I wasn’t sure if they had thought about this, but there are many apps, even popular ones, that are inaccessible to people with low vision or photosensitivity. Right as I was […]