O2 is offering 25% off to RNIB Connect members on phone and airtime.
From telephones to a talking microwave, Steven Scott, Sean Price and Tim Schwartz, review the latest gadgets.
In an exclusive interview, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, the Chief Accessibility Officer at Microsoft discusses talking software and accessible apps.
The free app that connects blind and partially sighted people to sighted volunteers for visual support has added a service that lets users contact businesses with enquiries about their products and services.
Tech-enthusiast Roger Wilson-Hind talks about In Your Pocket. You don’t have to be a tech expert to use it, the readily set up device leaves you to enjoy all it has to offer.
Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) has designed a Lighting Guide to help visually impaired people improve lighting in their homes, increasing their independence, comfort and safety.
Robin Spinks has spent his career dedicated to technology and getting the word out on how it can make life easier. Robin has limited sight due to albinism and so is well placed to influence companies like Samsung and Apple to understand what blind people need.
Maya-Liam from RNIB’s Social Media team shares six tips for writing helpful image descriptions.
First introduced in 2016, a little-known accessibility feature on Twitter has attracted a wave of attention thanks to a tweet by veteran Rob Long earlier this month.