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- National Braille Week
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Vision Buddy – new tech from Sight and Sound Technology
We've got our hands on the Vision Buddy, a new bit of wearable tech that can help partially sighted people make the most of their remaining sight.
Accessible gaming tips from Natalie Doig!
Keen on getting into video games but not sure which are best for blind gamers? Check out Natalie Doig's blog all about accessible gaming.
Purple Tuesday and the WelcoMe App
The first Tuesday in November is Purple Tuesday, and we're highlighting the WelcoMe App, a gamechanger for businesses wanting to increase their accessibility!
Braille and me
Liam O'Carroll writes about what braille has meant in his life and how it helped him achieve his language qualifications.
“How I feel, how I cope and how I adapt…” Stargardt’s disease
Elise Heron is studying at university, working out at the gym and living her best life - all while coping with the impact Stargardt's disease has on her vision.
Additional dockless bike scheme to hit London streets
A new dockless rented bicycle scheme is coming to London. This time it's carbon neutral and electric, but presents many of the same issues blind and partially sighted pedestrians have with previous schemes.
Which inbuilt accessibility features are better: iPhone or Android?
In time for Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we've reviewed the inbuilt accessibility features of Android and iPhone smartphones.
Renu Walia – London Vision virtual intern
London Vision's first virtual intern, Renu Walia has written a blog about her career trajectory and how she came to apply for the role.
Is braille being usurped in the fast-paced technological world?
Tech Sessions with London Vision