Food menus that are accessible to the vision impaired & aged
October 18, 2016
GoodFoodTalks is the first accessible web app in India that enables the blind and senior citizens find restaurants and read menus.
Anyone who finds it hard to read printed words, like the blind, people with low vision and senior citizens, can access it.
GoodFoodTalks was originally founded in March 2013 in the UK. Prashant Ranjan Verma, a disability activist, brought it to India.
Users have to just tap the 'Find restaurants near me' button or use the search feature when they are looking for a particular restaurant.
A list of restaurants with the address, phone number and distance will be given.
GoodFoodTalks also gives walking directions if needed.
There are around 100 menus from Bengaluru on GoodFoodTalks.
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