We want our work to be a dialogue with the blind and visually impaired community. We continuously share our updates and our perspective here. Check out some of our latest writings.
The Ultimate Gift Guide: Ideas for Last-Minute Holiday Shopping
Holiday season is here, and there are massive discounts everywhere. But it’s easy to get lost! Don’t worry; we’ll help you. Read on for some really cool gift ideas for your loved ones!
A Step by Step Guide to Formatting Your Resume
Does your resume need a little makeover? Or maybe you just don't know where to start. This guide is for you! In five simple steps, you'll be ready to conquer the world (or at least the job market).
Closet Organization for the Blind in Five Easy Steps
Can't find your favorite white t-shirt? Your socks went to their separate lives? Get your labels and storage boxes ready! Here are five closet organization ideas to help you.
Accessible Cities: Can Design Help?
Are our cities accessible? Are they designed for all people to enjoy the perks of public space? In the 30th year of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we took a closer look.
The Never-Ending Web: How to Network with Friends
Have a project? Starting networking with friends might be the best way to realize it. For more tips and tricks about reaching out to people for networking, continue reading.
The Story of Supersense
The story of how we, the Supersense team, got started on the app, what we are trying to do, how we developed it, and what we learned from our community.
Review: The Blind Life Trying Supersense
An amazing twenty-minute long review of the Blind Life YouTube channel. Sam Seavey tries out Supersense on both iOS and Android.
How to Find Barcodes on Products
Our team member Shane went to the supermarket for field research, and found where the barcodes on different products are located!
The Story of Precious Perez: Activism Through Music
The moving story of a powerful young woman, from Chelsea Massachusetts, whose love for music has driven her since childhood.
The Ten Best Apps for the Blind at Work and School
We collected this year's ten best apps for blind people that are essential, easy to use, and practical for every work and school environment.
Supersense Around the World
We are proud to present our user data on Android and iOS platforms. We also added some YouTube reviews of our users from around the world.
September at Supersense: object explorer for iOS, best apps for the blind and how to find barcodes
Our September newsletter is here. We made a series of updates in our iOS version and launched our blog. Read on for the updates, to learn which apps for the blind are good for work and how to find barcodes on products.
Full Disclosure: When to Discuss Your Blindness in the Job Search
Shane dives deep into the hiring process and shares with us his experience and insights about when and how to mention visual impairment during job interviews.
Interview: Our Co-founder Cagri on Live Accessible YouTube Channel
Last week our co-founder Cagri was the guest of Carrie from Live Accessible YouTube channel. Read on for the details of this warm interview.
How to Hear a Wall: Do you want to echolocate like bats do?
How can you hear a wall? That's correct! We tell you how to hear a wall. In this post, Shane gives you some tips and tricks about how you could hear a wall and re-navigate with some training without running into it.
Interview: Question, The Rap Artist
This week Shane interviewed the young and talented rap artist, Question. Don't miss this music-filled conversation, and there is a surprise waiting for you at the end of the audio.
Address finding tips for the blind: Streets and addresses in the United States
Shane breaks down the US address system for a better and more accessible travel experience for blind people.
Which one is better for the blind? White Cane vs. Guide Dog
Peter Crumley, our new guest writer, dives into the hot debate in the blind community: White cane or dog. Can't decide? Well, Peter is here to help you!
Talk: The future of AI and how to create a diverse workspace
Emre was the guest of VIBUG. Click to listen to the eye-opening interview about the future of AI technology and the accessibility and diversity in the workspace.
Disability Employment Awareness Month: A Month of Celebration and Reflection
To celebrate Disability Employment Awareness Month, our guest writer Kenneth wrote an informative article that details how we got here, what are the cornerstones of disability awareness, and how much work there is to be done for an inclusive society.
How to Use Social Media Effectively as a Blind Person
Shane and Precious shared their tips for using social media effectively as a blind person. To get the most of the social media platforms and learn how to use their accessibility features, read on!
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