Author name: Nishi Chitale

Assistive Technology – Kurzweil 3000

Learning software for reading, writing and scanning documents Kurzweil 3000 is an assistive technology that primarily works as a screen reader. It also has some additional features like pdf scanning, access to dictionary and text-to-speech. The target audience for this software is students with visual impairments. Compatibility: It is available on Mac and Windows OS …

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Redefining the information organisation of the Norman Sicily website

Introduction This project was completed as a part of the Usability Theory and Practices class at Pratt. The aim was to analyse the website of the Norman Sicily project and understand any gaps in the usability of the same. The Norman Sicily Project’s website is currently in a prototype mode and was created jointly by …

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