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APH Guidelines for Print Document Design

Originally published August 2011 J. Elaine Kitchel Low Vision Project Leader American Printing House for the Blind The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) believes guidelines for print documents should be brought to a standard of optimal usability for persons with low vision. The standards should be based on fundamental principles gleaned from research...

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APH Guidelines for Print Document Design

Originally published August 2011 J. Elaine Kitchel Low Vision Project Leader American Printing House for the Blind The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) believes guidelines for print...

Products That Change Lives

“APH continues to research and develop high-quality products that stay current in the field,” says Barb Johnson, a Teacher of the Visually impaired for more than 35 years. Part...

Finding the Right Product for Learners with CVI

When our project leaders begin working on a product, the goal is to address the needs of many learners. Long before Cerebral/Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) started to be more...

Baking for a Cause

Thirteen-year-old Sydney has always loved to bake, but when she learned her baby brother, Sawyer, was visually impaired, her passion for baking became more than just a favorite pastime....

Keynote Speaker Lt. Gov. Habib

We’re very excited to have Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib as the keynote speaker of our 151st Annual Meeting Oct 10th & 11th in Louisville, KY. Cyrus Habib was elected...

The Products You Love, Now at a Lower Price

American Printing House (APH) and Freedom Scientific are now offering JAWS and ZoomText at lower prices! You can now purchase individual licenses of the popular JAWS and ZoomText! This...