A2i transcribes text to alternative formats, such as Braille, Large Print and Audio, to enable visually impaired people to have equal access to information. We produce top quality documents with a fast turnaround. We will work for anyone who requires alternative formats – from large corporations to the individual.
- We believe that information should be accessible to everyone, whatever format, language or media is required.
- A2i’s vision is to provide high quality transcribed documents that enable visually impaired people, regardless of whether they are our customer or the end-user, to access information as easily and as quickly as sighted people.
- Our staff are friendly, efficient, professional and highly skilled in the services that we provide – we are available to discuss individual requirements, and are willing and able to adapt our services to ensure that the needs of the end-users are met fully.
Please take a look around our website. You will find full details about transcription to each alternative format, lots of helpful general information, and also some products for sale in our shop including Braille activity sheets, Braille alphabet bookmarks, and Braille and Large Print keyboards.
If you have any questions or comments please just get in touch.
|Unified English Braille
The UK is moving to a new Braille code, known as Unified English Braille, or UEB. As part of the nationwide transition to UEB, A2i will be producing all Braille in the new code from 1st September 2015. The differences between UEB and the previous SEB code are minor. To help with a smooth transition, however, all Braille documents dispatched from A2i up until 31 December 2015 will be accompanied by our UEB Quick Reference Guide.
Click here for more information about UEB.
Last updated: 18/08/2015