Text version is available below the video. Good morning, Firstly, Wishing you all a very happy 2018. I would also extend warm wishes on the birth anniversary of Louis Braille; inventor of Braille Script. Louis Braille lost his eye sight in his child hood while he was playing with his father’s tools. He was inspired… Continue Reading Greetings on the eve of Birth anniversary of Louis Braille and best wishes for 2018
As you may have noticed, for a few weeks, there have been frequent changes in the design and features on our website. Yes, we have been working on to give a new look to ServeOM Inclusion’s website; and we want to continue using WordPress as our favorite authoring tool! We love WordPress because of it’s… Continue Reading Re-building website on wordpress? Checklist to consider!
Authors note: This is a re-published post due to an unavoidable technical issue. Money is important to everyone; It’s essential that everyone needs to be able to identify their own money. Whether we like it or not, not everyone in this world are wise; though we wish! A few years ago, 5 paisa, 10 paisa,… Continue Reading Campaign: Make currency of India and digital payment apps accessible
Though it was a year with mixed feelings for me personally, from accessibility prospective, it was a fabulous year. A quick recap of 2016: In January, I have presented to members of Accessibility in India Community Group of W3C on Creating Accessible Forms In March, attended Techshare India 2016 and had an opportunity to speak… Continue Reading 2016 Year in Review
I happened to be a person with low vision and see some situations challenging if not impossible. Feel free to comment if you have observed any other challenges or have solutions for some of these. I’m also writing solutions that I usually practice or something I think of. Be informed that my solutions my not… Continue Reading Some challenges faced by people with low vision
January 4th is birth anniversary of Louis Braille. Louis was born in the year 1809. Blinded in both eyes as a result of a childhood accident. But he has accepted his disability and adopted the the life with blindness. That attitude not only gave him a successful life but also became inspiration to the society.… Continue Reading Tribute to Louis Braille on his birthday
We recently posted about Theme for this year’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. As we are gearing up to mark the occasion tomorrow, here is a quick list of a few events that are happening in India. Mr. Narendra Modi, The Prime Minister of India will be officially launching Accessible India Campaign and giving… Continue Reading International Day of Persons with Disabilities – what's happening in India?
The United Nations has announced this years theme as Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities. This is certainly an area that we all care about and work for. Background on International Day of persons with disabilities he International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) has been commemorated since 1992 to promote… Continue Reading Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities – theme of International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2015
I think it’s people who encourage me to write a few posts and this time a former colleague from HCL Technologies. He is a visual designer and his question to me via Twitter is: Hello Srinivasu, How’s work at Deque Systems? I’m a visual designer and wants to specialize in Accessibility. Your guidance is appreciated… Continue Reading Keen to build a career in the area of Accessibility… where to start and how to grow?
A white cane is used by many people who are blind. It helps as a mobility tool and comes in different varieties such as a long cane, foldable cane. 75% of the cane is painted with white and 25% is painted with Red colour. 15th October is marked as White Cane Safety Day. This observation… Continue Reading International White Cane Day – 15th October