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Street Corner Religion

by Jenny Jones

I was walking from the bus to my office one cold morning. I was standing at the corner of an intersection waiting for the light to change and cupping my one free hand over my nose and mouth to stay warm. 417 more words


Out of Sight by Trevor Plumbly

On the Other Side

I must confess to having been fairly ambivalent about the plight of blind folk till I joined their ranks. Sure, they were around, but not really part of my world; like most, I was happy to give a few dollars of conscience money on appeal days just as I did with all the other causes that didn’t really affect me personally. 516 more words

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Cage and Silence

I’m wondering where I find my silence.

I cheerfully admit to being totally addicted to it, and I go to some trouble to search it out. 857 more words


It's About Time

For several months now, my vision has been unofficially considered to be light perception only.
I have had no money to go and get this fact considered official.… 62 more words


Making Your Blog Accessible: Graphic Designing for the Blind and Hard of Sight

Featured image is by Phillipe Put, “blind guy
Image description: Out of focus braille text over an even more out of focus silhouette of what appears to be a white man. 583 more words

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I should be gentle
when I alight through life

I should see with precision
and then dance around it all

to cloud the experience
of doubt and uncertainty… 270 more words


Sketchbook: Fitness tracker

I’m really excited for my class this spring on designing and evaluating prototypes for inclusive user interfaces. Throughout the semester, we have to sketch ideas on solutions to specific design problems. 241 more words