- March 8, 2012
Three million people in Canada, and millions more worldwide, cannot read regular print due to a disability. With new technology and digital workflows, there are fewer legitimate obstacles to information for the print disabled. If engineered properly, publishing processes should be able to yield digital products that can be used effectively by every member of society. At Tech Forum 2012, Sarah Hilderley shared the best practices that can make content accessible to people with reading disabilities.