Learn everything you need to know about Alt Format
So what is Alt Format? People who are visually impaired or dyslexic can have difficulty reading standard print and more easily understand some of the other formats mentioned above. Alt Format (Alternative format) refers to the transcription of books or other content (such as notes or newspapers or magazines) into a format other than standard print, i.e., large print, Braille, audio, talking books.
Why all the Fuss?
So what kinds of formats are available to make printed text accessible?
DAISY is becoming increasingly popular - find out more about DAISY
Guide to Accessibility for People with Visual or Print Impairments.
Find out what's happening near you and register for a place at the next AltFormat conference.
Directory of organisations offering information, support and advice.