Blind Foundation: Information About Accessibility

This page on the New Zealand based Blind Foundation's website offers information about making printed and electronic texts accessible for low-vision and blind audiences. 

Extract

"What is accessible information?

Blind, deafblind and people with low vision need to access all types of information that is published in print. Manuals on using household appliances, restaurant menus, music scores and full-length books are all types of information that the blind and those with low vision need to be able to access."

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The Blind Foundation also offers a service for converting written materials into accessible formats and provides advice on accessibility. For more information about this service, email workflow.coordinator@blindfoundation.org.nz.

Source

Blind Foundation (n.d.). 'Information about accessibility' in Blind Foundation [Website]. Retrieved from: http://blindfoundation.org.nz/learn/accessible-information

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