UPDATE: Wednesday, April 19th. Our building is open for business! Our building has passed all inspections and has been reopened. However, there is scaffolding around the sidewalk on the perimeter of the building. You can walk right under it and come in the front door as usual, but you may detect a few more barriers […]
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We have had a lot of questions and interest from people who would like to learn more about letting their opinion be heard by their local, state, and national representatives. Many times, websites that give information on issues, votes, phone numbers and email or snail mail addresses have proven inaccessible or challenging to interact with. […]
We were happy to work with Disability Rights Oregon to ensure that their voting guide was made accessible for all users. There are great resources here to make voting smooth and private in the guide, and contact information for help if you run into trouble. Here is the link to DRO’s voting resources. Here is […]
A few weeks ago, we told you of exciting updates that were planned for September. We are happy to announce that we do have Saturday hours available now, and we are now equip to accept credit card payments. We hope that you will find these to be added conveniences when you work with us here […]
One of our main goals is to keep you, our client, front and center and fully in-charge of your learning experience. We understand that paying for services is a challenge for many people and we are constantly looking for ways to make it easier for you to pay or find funding, while still being able […]
You are invited to join our “Letter Writing Party” on July 13, 2016 from 3:30 – 5:30 in our MAST conference room. The Department of Justice is looking for public input in regards to proposed web accessibility guidelines for public entities. You can find out more here: (Title II SANPRM call for public input) We […]
Nik will be demonstrating technology and answering questions about alternative techniques to vision at Miramonte Pointe in Clackamas, Oregon. This is open to the public with priority given to senior residents and other seniors. When: July 15th, 2016, at 1:00pm Where: 11520 SE Sunnyside Road, Clackamas, OR 97015
Nik is the keynote speaker at the University of Washington’s Professional Development Conference on Assistive Technology and Usability and Accessibity Testing (long enough name!). Nik will speak about the importance of accessible design. When: July 29th, 2016, Time: TBA Where: University of Washington Vancouver Campus Library, 14204 Salmon Creek Ave., Vancouver, WA 98686
We have been having a lot of fun with our series of workshops on the GPS navigation app, BlindSquare. This next workshop we are offering is for individuals who have taken our beginner BlindSquare Workshop and want extra practice and to move on to more advanced features. We will look at how to filter the […]
Nik will be at the Vancouver Office of the Washington Department of Services for the Blind on May 24th, 2016. He will be demonstrating several different Braille Displays and Computers and will answer questions about them and how they can be used in the workplace. This event is not open to the public, but there […]
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UPDATE: Wednesday, April 19th. Our building is open for...
We have had a lot of questions and interest from people who...
We were happy to work with Disability Rights Oregon to...
A few weeks ago, we told you of exciting updates that were...
One of our main goals is to keep you, our client, front and...