This webpage is meant to aid those with disabilities
so that they may
learn, appreciate and communicate with others the beauty of
our mame-loshn. As one who is legally blind, I have not only
learned how to cope with my condition, but have amassed a vast
amount of resource materials for those with disabilities. It
is my desire to share these resources with you through these
pages. At the same time, it is meant to aid web designers in producing
web sites that are user-friendly to those with disabilities.
If a person
has 20/20 vision, it means that they can see detail from 20 feet
away the same as a person with normal eyesight would see from 20
feet. When a person has 20/200 vision (also called "visual
acuity"), this means that this person must move up to 20 feet
to see what a person with 20/20 vision can see at 200 feet.
Suggestions for Visually Impaired Readers
Use "text-only" when given a choice.
Increase the font size.
Increase the contrast between text and background.
Get as large a screen as you can afford.
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Last Updated: 3/29/2013
Webmaster--Philip "Fishl" Kutner
1128 Tanglewood Way,
San Mateo, CA 94403
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