AccessAble’s Guide to Blind Friendly Video Calls

Everyone’s meeting online – via Zoom, Teams, Skype and FaceTime – the world has never been more connected. But how can you ensure that virtual meetings and video calls are accessible to blind and visually impaired people? AccessAble Champion Emma Purcell gives us her top tips on blind friendly video calls.

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2 thoughts on “AccessAble’s Guide to Blind Friendly Video Calls

  1. Fabulous tips, Emma! What you said in tip 3 for describing images and videos etc was something I learned a little while after I started blogging. I’m glad technology is opening up possibilities and opportunities, and there are increasing ways to make improve accessibility. I’ve learned a heck of a lot from different disability bloggers and fellow bloggers with accessibility needs, including from a blind blogging friend to get better insights into the challenges faced. xx