On March 18, 2019, the Google homepage featured an image that shows a blindness cane user standing on tactile pavement, with the word “Google” written across the bottom of the dots. I found out about the image after several friends texted me saying that there […]
Over the summer, I had the opportunity to visit the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Museum as a guest with low vision. This was exciting for me, because I am a member of the Roosevelt Institute’s campus network at my college and was published in their 10 […]
One of the many interesting talents that the Amazon Alexa possesses is the ability to allow users to listen to history, whether that be through vintage recordings, old-time radio, or learning new things. Here is a selection of free skills that show how Amazon Alexa […]
When I visited St Louis this past summer, I had the opportunity to visit the new Gateway Arch Museum, which showcases American history in the context of Manifest Destiny and the desire for westward expansion. In honor of the Gateway Arch’s 53rd birthday, here is […]
It’s easy to assume that in order to create any form of art, one must have perfect eyesight so they can paint rich landscapes like Claude Monet or draw sketches like Leonardo da Vinci. However, it’s surprising to learn that several of the most famous […]
Since I go to college right outside of Washington, DC, I set a goal with my friends to vsiit all of the Smithsonian museums. While I have been to many of the museums multiple times, I had never been to the National Museum of the […]
Five news apps that are free and accessible for screen readers, magnifiers, and large print. Great for low vision users and users with print disabilities.