Low Vision

Micah Lahren of Technibble.com discusses assistive technology (AT) for business clients who have disabilities. Some of the AT he mentions includes:

  • Espeak – the default text-to-speech synthesizer for Ubuntu
  • Assistive Mouse Adapter  - a device that filters out unwanted movements, such as tremors, when using a mouse
  • Trackball – a device that offers a better grip for persons with dexterity impairments

To read more about AT that helps clients with various types of disabilities, read Assistive Technology Solutions for Your Clients.

Ensure that your product works with assistive technology

Assistive technology (AT) is a term that describes the tools that people with disabilities use to access websites and applications. To ensure compatibility between the assistive technology and your product, Interactive Accessibility will confirm that assistive technology can work with the product and that the product is usable for people with disabilities. 

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