Accessible Presentation Tools

As a blind person myself, I have encountered some difficulties making pretty slide presentations using the usual Powerpoint/keynote tools. Although a visual impaired user can read and interact with these, and most try to do that, simple textual markup and well crafted templates can be far more effective. more ...

Contributions to NVDA

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NVDA (nonvisual Desktop Access) is a free and open source screen reader for Microsoft Windows. It is developed by NV Access - a a non-Profit organisation based in Australia - with contributions a worldwide community of users and developers. I’m proud to be a part of that community. If you don’t know much about what a screen reader is, please go here and also check the NVDA Web Page to know why this project is different from other software solutions for the same need.

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