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This ever-updating page provides links to DOTS related resources (regarding our work, or content created by us) as well as additional resources from accessibility experts, consultants, and companies. If you have a helpful resource you would like us to add to this page, please Contact Us!

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DOTS Resources

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We've developed some 101-style guides on how to create accessible PDF files, discussing Headings, Alt Text, and Readable Text. You can read those all on our blog under the Accessibility Tips section or download screen reader friendly PDF files at the links below.

DOTS started out making braille dice and rulebooks. To this day, our braille dice still do not have printed numbers on them for sighted individuals to use. Instead, we encourage you to learn braille! Check out this quick guide to help you understand the basics of braille, and how to read the numbers rolled on dice. 

Braille cell with dots numbered 1 through 6.
Stack of old books, some with bookmark ribbons in between the pages.

Our Accessibility and Disability Consultant Directory is the perfect place to visit if you're looking for assistance on a project.This list is a collection of people, groups, organizations, and companies who offer both paid and unpaid services regarding accessibility and/or disability topics. 

If you have access to a 3D printer, you can print your own dice at home! We offer free downloads of our 3D models so you can get items in your hands quicker, or print and donate to someone in need. 

Note: Commercial use/reselling is prohibited. Contact us if you require a license to do so.

3d render of green braille dice.
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Additional Resources

Stay Tuned for more soon!

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