In This Issue
Insight: A Low Vision Expo arrives June 8, 2013 at the Lynnwood Convention Center! Come visit the Insight Vendor Fair where vendors will display products and services helpful to low vision individuals.
Meet our participating vendors:
The Easier Computer, Inc
Microsoft User Research is seeking visually impaired and blind community members for upcoming accessibility studies. Studies will take place on Microsoft’s Redmond Campus with two hour time slots available starting in mid-April. Each participant will be offered a choice of new Microsoft software, hardware or games from a list of our most popular products.
To participate in a two hour study, email email@example.com with “access” in the subject line. Include the information below.
- Job Title/Company (if not working, that’s ok):
- What applications and software do you use regularly?
- Do you use and accessibility software (JAWs, Windows Eye, speech recognition, etc.)? If yes, which?
- Please describe your visual impairment:
Microsoft User Research will give you a call if you look like a match for this study. If you are selected and participate, you’ll get a choice of Microsoft software, hardware, or games as a thank you.
Our newest DIY for the Eye video explains talking books and how to use them. Talking books and players are available at no cost through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS).
Now, you can engage in our unique low vision lifestyle advice, tips, and tutorials each month. Pass on the tips you like best to friends or family and then share your own with us at firstname.lastname@example.org! We just may feature your advice.