Mathpix is a cloud platform designed to author, edit and distribute scientific documents (e.g. journal articles, research papers), especially when they contain Math formulas; it provides a web service, a desktop application (available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux), and a mobile app (that supports both Android and iOS).Read more
PDF Documents Accessibility
In this section you can find a list of (hopefully useful) resources to help you produce PDF documents that are accessible, as well as test and evaluate the accessibility of pre-existing documents.
Unfortunately, making a PDF document completely accessible is not a piece of cache; this is the reason why my first recommendation on how to make a PDF document accessible is (and perhaps wil be in the foreseen future): “do you really need to distribute that resource as a PDF document? Could you distribute it in a easier to produce, easier to use format (such as a web page) as well?”.
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In this video from the ICT-Accessibility Lab of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), you can get an introduction to PAVE (PDF Accessibility Validation Engine), an award-winning web service aimed at evaluating and improving the accessibility of PDF documents.Read more
Developed by the ICT-Accessibility Lab of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) in collaboration with the Swiss Federation of the Blind and Visually Impaired, PAVE (PDF Accessibility Validation Engine) is an award-winning web service designed to evaluate and improve the accessibility of PDF documents.Read more
In this comprehensive tutorial by WebAIM you can get useful directions on how you can use [JAWS], perhaps the most used commercial screen reader, to test and evaluate the accessibility of your web page, application or document as quickly as possible.Read more
Developed as part of the “Infty” project, InftyReader is a commercial desktop application available for Microsoft Windows that allows digitizing scientific documents (including mathematical formulas). More specifically, it can recognize text content and math expressions either from scanned images or PDF documents by performing an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) process with a neural network trained with this specific purpose in mind.Read more
Imagining how people with disabilities use the Web and mobile devices can be hard. Reading all those standards, guidelines, specifications, tutorials and whatnot can be daunting, especially if you cannot make sense of the reason why your web content, mobile or desktop applications must satisfy certain requirements.Read more
In this informative tutorial from the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) you can find a list of tools, techniques, strategies, custom settings and whatnot that people with disabilities may use while browsing the Inter.Read more
This informative document from the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) explores the wide diversity of people and abilities, illustrating conditions that people with disabilities may face while using your products and services (websites, mobile or desktop applications, etc.Read more
Web accessibility evaluation tools are tools you can use to evaluate wether web content (websites or applications) meets accessibility standards and guidelines, identifying actual issues and potential ones; some of them are also designed to be used as development aids.Read more