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Category: Braille

18 August, 2017 Ramya Venkitesh

SuperNova 16.05 is available now

SuperNova is the world’s first screen magnifier and screen reader, delivering unparalleled access to Windows tablets, laptops and desktops for people with visual impairments. Whether you have glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Nystagmus, Retinitis pigmentosa or any other eye condition, SuperNova has an edition to suit your sight loss. New to SuperNova or using an older version? Find out what’s new…

28 April, 2017 Shilpi Kapoor

Braille Visiting Card – Simple start to inclusion!

A question that I have always asked myself in working on inclusion of people with disabilities has been, “Am I walking the talk?”. One small area to focus on is that first introduction to someone wherein we share a visiting card. You must be wondering that what is in a braille card, how can it…

26 April, 2017 Ramya Venkitesh

Setting up an Assistive Technology Resource Center

Every person has the right to live independently and people with disabilities are no different. Today they come across various barriers that hinder their education, employment and even in their day to day activities. A resource center with reasonable accommodations and availability of right assistive technology products can assist in removing the barriers for people…

21 October, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Is there a case for an accessible E-book using the EPUB3 standard?

The case for providing an e-book has already been made, and publishers have already started to address this market! The question now to be asked is whether there is a case for an accessible e-book using the epub3 standard rather than just an e-book which can be enjoyed by people with disabilities also. “As an…

12 October, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Is Braille the only accessible format?

Access to information is one of the key barriers faced by people with disabilities! Accessible format or alternate format is a broad term to ensure that the information, book, file, video, audio or any content that you provide is accessible to people with disabilities also. In simple terms, it means providing information access in the…

5 April, 2016 Shilpi Kapoor

Braille Labels as Adaption – 14 ways in the Workplace

So many organizations have started focusing on hiring people with visual impairment. Though not every person with visual impairment can read braille, that doesn’t mean we should ignore it! Often adaption is small things that make it possible for a person to do something independently and braille labels are one such simple tool to explore!…