British assistive technology innovators Dolphin Computer Access this week launched GuideReader, offering blind and partially sighted Americans a new, effortless way to find and read accessible books and newspapers. - June 27, 2017
A Worcester technology company is partnering with Kent Association for the Blind and other sight loss organisations and charities to deliver a 3 day roadshow in Kent.
KAB is a local charity and service provider supporting sight impaired people within the county to live independent lives through information,... - April 10, 2016
A UK technology company has travelled to India to share their technology for blind and low vision people with a wider audience.
Dolphin Computer Access develops software to enable blind and visually impaired computer users to access technology in the same way as fully sighted users, and celebrates their... - March 10, 2016
Registered blind computer user Joanne Roberts has written an audiobook using Dolphin Computer Access software; sales of which will raise money for Guide Dogs UK. - February 25, 2016
A UK based technology company is bringing accessible reading to even more people with the addition of a Polish library to its electronic book reader, designed for dyslexic and visually impaired students.
EasyReader, from Dolphin Computer Access, has been designed specifically to meet the needs of those... - February 06, 2016
A UK based technology company is highlighting the importance of Braille through technology on World Braille Day, which is celebrated on the anniversary of the birth of its creator.
Dolphin Computer Access develops software which enables blind and visually impaired computer users to access technology... - January 06, 2016
A UK assistive technology company continues to lead the way in accessibility for Windows 10 – releasing a product update just 6 weeks after the new version of the software was launched to the marketplace.
Dolphin Computer Access was the first to market with a magnifier and combined screen reader... - November 22, 2015
Free “Make it Accessible” training courses were announced today at the world’s largest education technology show, BETT 2011. Immediately available to book, the free one day courses will be delivered by access technology industry experts & the company that led the Department for Education Access Resources Pilot project, Dolphin Computer Access. - January 14, 2011
The United Kingdom Association for Accessible Formats (UKAAF) last month announced James Bowden as Chair of the UKAAF Braille Coding Group. A Braille developer for access technology specialists Dolphin Computer Access, James Bowden is also a former student of New College Worcester, a specialist school... - January 06, 2011