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Putting braille on the menu
October 5, 2017
Meet the Perkins Library team making theater programs and restaurant menus accessible to people who are blind.
Quiz: What do you know about web accessibility?
October 5, 2017
Test your knowledge about how color, video and more relate to web accessibility.
Why your next website redesign is the best time to incorporate accessibility
September 12, 2017
5 key things to keep in mind to create a site that everyone can use with ease.
5 easy ways to make your workplace inclusive for someone who's deafblind
August 17, 2017
By using the right technology and establishing avenues for communication, you can create a work environment for success.
Perkins Library pilots 'Kindle for folks who are blind'
August 4, 2017
Library patrons will test new affordable braille e-reader as part of a one-year pilot program.
Why isn't your website accessible? The top 5 (inexcusable) excuses
July 18, 2017
Don't leave anyone out who wants to learn about your products or services.
From Watertown to Capitol Hill: Perkins promotes assistive technology at D.C. briefing
June 28, 2017
Members of Congress heard from Perkins accessibility expert Marla Runyan on the importance of assistive technology for people with disabilities.
Top 5 takeaways from Perkins' web accessibility workshop
June 16, 2017
Perkins Access experts, along with ADA architect Bobby Silverstein, covered user experience, legal and technical aspects of accessibility.
5 ways to go digital like someone who's blind
May 18, 2017
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, learn how to browse websites, use smartphones and much more without vision.
How do we do it? (Part 2)
May 9, 2017
If you're blind, you can still go to college, use money and coordinate your outfit. Here's how.