Some restaurants offer Braille and special large print versions of their menus but did you know that less than 10% of people with visual impairment can read Braille?
And what happens if you change the menu more than a couple of times a year?
So how do most visually impaired people find out what’s on the menu when they go out to eat?
- 87% rely on a dining companion or waiter to read them the menu.
- 91% told up that being able to read the menu themselves makes the dining experience more inclusive and enjoyable.
Visually impaired people are sociable creatures. They love food and also like to eat out. And above all else, they value their independence. Basically, they just want to be treated like anybody else.
Good Food Talks is a platform that empowers people with visual impairments to access and browse
restaurant menus on their smartphones,tablets and computers in the way that most suits them and their vision, whether out and about or at home.
- Listen to the menu
- View it in a large text format
- View it with inverted colours
- View it using the Open Dyslexic font
Good Food Talks is and always will be free to access for all users. This revolutionary service is already being used by hundreds of thousands of people in the UK and now it is in India!