Hi, I’m Brian Dys — a photographer from the inside looking out · a composer entangled in electronic music · a UX designer · a spouse, a parent, & everything in between.
Got some recent discoveries lately pertaining to linking words and ideas. The great thing about these two tools is that they could export HTML files.
“TiddlyBlink is an adaptation of TiddlyWiki with the goal of helping you see connections between your ideas, and move quickly from one idea to another.”
“Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.”
A measly 43! Try the game for yourself.
- Amplified telephone
- Font resizing / larger
- Hearing aid
- Screen magnification or zoom
- Cochlear implant
- Screen reader (e.g, JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, ChromeVox)
- Cane, walker, guide animal or other walking aid
- Braille terminal
- Voice Control / speech recognition Software (e.g., Dragon, Siri, Google Home, Google Assistant, Cortana)
- Speech generating device
- Wearable tech (not prosthetics)
- Speech to text (i.e., Dragon Naturally Speaking, Google Doc Voice, Typing, Windows Speech Recognition)
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication Device
- High contrast mode or browser color preferences
- Sign language interpreter
- Alternative keyboard
- Speech-to-speech transliterator
- Alternative mouse or stylus
- Visual aids
- Keyboard-only navigation (no mouse usage)
- Writing on paper
- Switch access or head pointer or eye tracking
- Typing with phone or tablet or other device then showing it to others
- Caregiver (friend, relative, professional assistant / aid)
- Teletypewriter (TTY) or Telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD)
- Closed Captions
Taken from a Google survey dated September 2019.