The Bridge Menu Now Available On Good Food Talks
The Bridge menu is now available on Good Food Talks, an app which makes menus accessible for those with visual impairments and Specific Learning Difficulties. Lily McDermaid, our Disabilities Officer, tells us more:
“As Disabilities Officer, one thing I really want to push for is making ‘accessible’ venues truly accessible. As a result, SUSU now has a partnership with an app and website which makes browsing menus much easier for people with visual impairments or Specific Learning Difficulties like Dyslexia.
It allows users to use reading software already built into phones to read menus out loud as well as change the font, letter size and background colour to make it easier to read. It should make it much easier to make the most out of The Bridge and there is room in the future for it to be implemented across other campus venues! Details on how to use it can be found here: Good Food Talks – How To Use.”
Image description: A white logo on a black background. The logo reads Good Food Talks. Underneath, there is a subtitle which says ‘Opening menus for everybody’. There is a speech bubble above the word Talks with cutlery in it.Tags: accessibility, Disabilities Officer, Good Food Talks, The Bridge, The Bridge menu