We all know that a few modifications can make a big difference to a person who is visually impaired. Text being added to describe a photo can enhance enjoyment of a webpage. Audio signals at a crosswalk can make crossing safer. Documents being made available in a range of formats can help those with a variety of abilities to access the information they need.
This article looks at the small tweaks that can be made to a variety of programs and activities to ensure that blind and visually impaired people can access what they need to in an independent, straight forward manner.
What tweaks would you add to the list? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
From Pokemon Go to the Business World, Small Accessibility Adjustments Could Make a Huge Difference