Accessible Digital Book Production
Digital books can open up new opportunities for those who are unable to read printed books due to a disability such as a visual impairment, a cognitive disability or a learning disability such as dyslexia. When correctly structured, users can access digital books according to their own specific needs and preferences, for example by choosing the size and colour of the text, deciding whether to read it in audio or digital Braille or skipping to specific parts of the book.
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