When digitalizing content has been used for years, it has created a barrier for people with disabilities to read and access information.
But it’s also made digital whiteboard design more accessible for those who are visually impaired.
The new Whiteboard for Digital Accessibility, an initiative by the government of India and the Indian Institutes of Technology, is an attempt to make this more accessible.
This is a project that was initiated by the Indian Council for Human Resource Development (ICHRD) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
The Whiteboard was launched in March.
The aim is to make digital whiteboarding a “must-have” for people who are physically impaired.
The initiative is part of the government’s Digital Whiteboard Challenge that aims to improve the accessibility of information for people of all ages, according to the National Initiative for Digital Whiteboards and Accessibility (NDWAA).
NDWAA, which is part-funded by the US government, will provide $150,000 for the project, which will start in 2021.
The initiative will use digital technology to make whiteboards accessible to people with vision impairments.
NDWAAAA says the project aims to “reduce the number of people with physical impairments who are unable to use digital technologies”.
It will also “make whiteboards more accessible to those with visual impairments”.
It is hoped the project will help to “deliver on the government commitment to promote and promote digital accessibility to people of color”.
The WhiteBoard, which was designed to work with the government website, was launched as part of NDWAAA’s Digital Accessible Whiteboards Challenge.
NDWPAA is partnering with the Ministry of Human Resource development, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D) for the launch.
The Whiteboard has a black and white colour scheme with different font sizes and different fonts on the edges to make it easier for people to read.
The project was launched to tackle a number of accessibility challenges, such as the lack of information available on the Internet for people using disabilities, and how people are reading on mobile devices.
The NDWIA has also launched the Digital Accessive Technology (DAT) Project.
The NDW AAA initiative is being launched by the ministry of human resource development, India.
The government is also looking at making whiteboards available for all citizens, which could help with people who cannot read or use computers.
“We believe it is the right thing to do,” NDW AA’s Rajesh Singh said.
“It is the time to create a new digital infrastructure in India, which enables people with special needs to read, write, edit and edit documents online.
We want to see this digital infrastructure come to life in our country, enabling all citizens to benefit from this new platform,” he said.
The White Board was developed by IIT-Kharagpur and the Institute of Computer Science, Mumbai.
The institute of computer science in Mumbai is also responsible for the WhiteBoard project, and has been working with NDWP AA for the last six years.
The IIT, Mumbai is the only institute in India that has a dedicated facility for people living with visual impairment.
It is also the only Indian institute that has been awarded the World Cultural Heritage designation for the use of technology for people suffering from vision loss.