The full Creating Nonvisually Accessible Documents is now available!
Without some simple but thoughtful styling, your document is little more than a disorganized mess of text. The careful application of headings, paragraphs, tables, and lists provides your document with much needed structure, so that it can be easily reviewed and understood.
Blind users are reliant on textual description of most electronic content.
Global Accessibility Awareness Day Post One: The Quick and Dirty Guide to Accessible Document Creation
It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day! This means it is time to celebrate accessibility.
Sadly, all good things must come to an end, and as Global Accessibility Awareness Day draws to a close, we will leave you, with our:
Hey everybody, did you miss me? ? *crickets chirp*
Recently, I decided to turn my iPhone screen off, and use only VoiceOver at work for forty days. As the longtime lone sighted person on a team of blind access technology specialists, I will never have the same everyday user familiarity with JAWS or VoiceOver as my blind colleagues, but I strive for as much knowledge of any of these as possible.
April 20, 2015 US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 131 M Street, NE Washington, DC 20507 Re: National Federation of the Blind’s comments on timeline for retrospective review To Whom It May Concern:
One of the most popular areas in the International Braille and Technology Center for the Blind (a.k.a. the Lab) are the tactile graphics tables. 3D printing has been in the media a lot over the last three or four years, and no wonder – here are our dreams of Star Trek’s Replicator made flesh at last.
The National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute is the premier research and training institute that applies the collective knowledge and life experience of the blind to the development of innovative solutions to the barriers faced by blind people.