We generally recommend that you not try to convert a document formatted for use on paper for use as an accessible digital document. Many documents created with desktop publishing software like Adobe’s inDesign use layout schemes that are pleasant to look at visually, but can be very challenging for people… Continue Reading Accessible Digital Documents – inDesign
Pardon the title of this posting, but apparently, it did get your attention. I held an informal training program a few years ago about how to create PowerPoint presentations that were engaging, accessible and professional-looking. I decided to make my point more dramatic by showing a couple of clips of… Continue Reading Presentations that don’t suck
[I’ll start out with a warning – this is a bit of rant.] I’ll begin with the obligatory request for sensitivity…yes, I am getting to be an old fart and the sensory and motor systems are not quite that of a 20-something, a 30-something, or even a 40-something. I’m not… Continue Reading What’s with all the gray?