How to set up a mobile phone for the visually impaired (Audio Only)

In this video, Mark Owen and David Quarmby from Outlookers in Huddersfield looks at how to make the most of your mobile phone when you have sight loss. Mark and David look at making the contents of the screen easier to see, making the screen bigger, using the phone as a magnifier, and using the phone to read printed text. Using the phone with a screen reader.

00:00 – Start
00:50 – Intro
01:04 – Mark Owen Intro
04:15 – Making a phone easier for someone with low vision
05:27 – Making the font bigger
06:08 – Dark Mode
08:16 – Invert on Older Phones
09:00 – Making Icons Easier to Find
10:21 – Remove unwanted Apps
11:49 – Question – High Contrast
14:48 – Question – Phone Lifespan
16:05 – Screen Enlargement
18:29 – Using the phone as a magnifier
22:40 – Question – Magnification on iPhone
23:32 – Reading Text
27:30 – Tip for scanning page of text
28:07 – David Quarmby Intro
28:42 – Screen Readers
29:12 – Getting Familiar with the design of the phone30:29 – Starting to use speech
30:52 – Touch Gesture
31:29 – Double Tap
32:28 – Flick Left/Flick Right
33:28 – Turning VoiceOver on and Off
36:09 – Using your voice to control the phone
37:30 – Question – Difference between Apple and Android
40:09 – Comment – Using an iPhone without a Home Button
41:25 – Question – Answering Calls on WhatsApp
45:21 – Question – Quickest Way to Read Text Messages
47:34 – Question – Using your voice to answer Whatsapp Calls
47:57 – Outro

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