Recently, one of my articles caught the eye of a chap who works with the blind - both teaching and helping them.
He sent me some great feedback and requested if I could re-edit the article he was interested in so as to make it more palatable for blind readers, as he intends to refer the article to individuals suffering from blindness when they need help with the topic I covered.
This got me thinking about all article submissions to Experts Exchange and how, with minimal effort on your part, published articles could be made available and readable to everyone, including the sight impaired and our totally blind visitors looking for tips and a good read.
To that end, I've written a short and easy to follow tutorial on what's required here:
How to improve your articles for individuals with blindness or visual impairment
It's not a requirement for your submission to still be published of course, however, if you could take a quick look at the above Tutorial and consider using the very easy tips I've provided, it will broaden the readership of your future published works, and both I and the blind community around the world will most certainly be grateful for your efforts. Please consider.
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