There are a wide range of screen readers on the market. We’ve compared the top screen readers to help you decide which software is best for you or someone you know.
Televisions have become an essential part of modern life. But it’s a little known fact that most TVs these days come with built-in features that make them more accessible for people who are blind or partially sighted.
As with all internet content, accessibility can improve user experience. In the case of social media platforms, this is particularly important, since user-generated content such as images, videos, and GIFs are not always made accessible by their authors.
In previous blogs, we discussed the accessibility features embedded in iOS. Today we look at Android devices, which also have a variety of tools that improve accessibility.
In honour of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, read about Atkinson Hyperlegible, an accessible typeface inspired by Braille in this week’s blog.
Smart speakers are everywhere, and their increased prevalence in our lives has been nothing short of a game changer for people with disabilities.
Apple SignTime allows users with a hearing impairment to receive support via sign language. It is Apple’s latest feature in its wide range of accessibility supports.