Converts Print Documents to Accessible Formats

A document with menu options for making the document accessible.

A service that puts brochures, flyers, annual reports, and other files in accessible formats. 

Serotek logo of company name and red circle with white curved stripe and Accessibility, Anywhere written below it.

A cloud-based, accessible, scanning and reading program for the blind and visually impaired that works with both Windows and the Mac.

Dark pink book cover with title of book written in large, black hand-drawn-style font letters.

A picture-ebook guide that includes over 140 pages of photos and information about adapting activities using everyday materials.

Various models of document scanners. One is long, thin, and black in color. Another is more rectangular and white, with the paper fed through the top of the device while the device sits flat. A third model is black and resembles a magazine stand, with the device standing upright, and the paper feed being located where a standard printer's would be. The fourth model is black and resembles a video magnifier device. The scanner is a camera with a long neck that has a flat platform base for placing materials.

Designed to efficiently scan and digitize printed materials.

Step-by-step process of Voiceye Maker, from printed document to screen app.

Voiceye Maker is software that enables users to add a 2D barcode to system-generated printed documents so they are accessible by free smartphone applications.

ClaroPDF logo: a red square with a white PDF illustration and the word "claro" written in white with a blue background fill at the bottom of the square.

ClaroPDF is an accessible, reading and study PDF tool that allows you to annotate, mark up, save, and read aloud PDF files which are then still fully compatible with Adobe Reader and other popular PDF apps.

OCRTools Image to Text Desktop software box.

Convert your scanned images to text files or word documents with OCRTools.

White portable stand with two flaps, the one in front has a ledge to prop a device on and the back one has the document to be scanned. This image version is seen holding an iPhone.

Portable scanning stand that holds a smart tablet or phone in the correct position for precisely aligned scans of documents, receipts, books and business cards.

Two tab screen interface with letter text on the left and braille text on the right.

A braille transcription program developed by the American Printing House for the Blind to help transcribers provide blind students with braille textbooks on the first day of class.

EasyConverter's large print feature as shown in a Word document.

Software that creates accessible information for people with visual impairments, dyslexia, and other reading difficulties.