Today I am going to be talking about podcasts. I find I’m listening to more and more podcasts. So, I thought I’d tell you a little about them and what I use them for.
Posts Tagged ‘accessibility’
Today I’m talking about screen readers, specifically VoiceOver, which is the screen reader made by technology company Apple that comes free with their products: iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches, Mac computers and so on, which many blind and visually impaired people use.
Braille means a lot to me. I love it very dearly and it makes much of what I do considerably easier. But for this week’s Disabled Voices Online participant, it is her main method of communication and without it she very literally wouldn’t be able to run her blog.
Games are often inaccessible to the blind and visually impaired because they rely on the player being able to see and interact with visuals, in order to play the game. However, games could be made accessible if sound elements could be made that play the same role as the visual elements.
We’re back with another of our disabled voices online interviews. This week we’ve Tracy Stine, a deaf blind mother and blogger determined to educate the world about deafblind people and help those who are deafblind.