Braille is a tactile writing language which is made up using a series of six raised dots. It enables blind and partially sighted people to read and access information using their sense of touch. There are three forms of Braille, contracted Braille (Grade 2) which has abreviations for certain letter combinations, uncontracted Braille (Grade 1) which is a simpler form of braille with each letter written separately, and united English braille UEB which aims to bring together the 2 previous braille standards as well as become the standard form of braille in English speaking countries across the world.
At ViTech solutions, We are able to offer braille transcription services in your preferred braille format. We have a highly skilled team who are able to reformat and convert almost any standard document into Braille. All Braille that we produce conforms to current conventions and retains the content and context of the original document to the best of our ability. We aim to provide a fast, affordable braille transcription service that doesn’t compromise on accuracy or quality.
What documents can you transcribe in to Braille?
We have experience in transcribing many different types of documents into Braille including but not limited to:
Magazines and booklets.
Can you transcribe documents in different languages?
Yes. Our software is able to transcribe the document as it is sent to us, most common languages are supported.
What formats do you accept for the original document?
We accept documents for braille transcription in various formats. electronic formats are preferred but we may be able to scan and transcribe hard copies as well for an extra fee.
What should I do before sending a document?
When sending a document, please insure the original document has been proof read and checked for errors. Our software will print the document as you have sent it to us. One of our proof readers can proof read the finished document if you wish, but this may cost extra.
How much does the service cost?
The cost of transcribing a document can vary widely depending upon the size and complexity of the document. Please contact us and we will be more than happy to provide you with a quote.
What happens when I have sent the document to you?
The document is transcribed into Braille using one of our advanced embossers. The final document is produced on high quality Braille paper and can be bound in your preferred fashion using comb binding, stapling, newspaper binding etc.
How long will the transcription take?
We aim to send the document to you as soon as possible. Most documents are usually despatched within 48 hours. You will be kept fully informed as transcription is taking place regarding progress. Don't hesitate, contact us for a quote today!