This is the final webinar in our Tag Everything series. Darwin Belt, co-founder, discusses how to use detail types to get lots of information into WayAround. He demonstrates a method of tagging food products or ingredients. It even includes how to save cooking directions and nutrition information!
This is the final session in the Tag Everything webinar series. You can watch previous webinars at the links below.
- April 28: Combining Assistive Technologies for Maximum Impact with J.J. Meddaugh of A.T. Guys
- May 5: There’s a WayTag for That with Andrew Hesser of Bryan’s Quest and Tina and Tony Sohl
- May 12: All About the WayLink with Ryan Fleury of Canadian Assistive Technology and Melissa Wagner
- May 19: The Future of WayAround with Paul Parravano of MIT, Neva Fairchild of AFB, and Charlie Warren of the Carroll Center
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Here are links to some of the resources mentioned in the webinar:
Food and Grocery Related Sites
DirectionsForMe.org—This site, created by Horizons for the Blind, provides complete packaging information including directions, ingredients, nutrition facts, and more. It includes more than 400,000 grocery, health and beauty, and general merchandise products.
SmartLabel.org—SmartLabel provides detailed product information in a consistent format. You’ll find details about food, beverage, supplement, household, pet care, personal care, and over-the-counter products. Information is provided directly from the manufacturer and is updated regularly.
OurGroceries Shopping List app—Grocery shopping list app for iOS and Android. You may have multiple lists and share lists with multiple people. This app was recommended by Neva Fairchild, American Foundation for the Blind.