BeeLine Reader makes reading on screen easier and faster, both for skilled readers and those with reading-related disabilities. Instead of using black text, BeeLine Reader uses eye-guiding colour gradients, which pull the reader’s eyes through the text. For many readers, this simple tweak dramatically improves the experience of reading on screen.
SensusAccess lets you access two kinds of BeeLine-enabled documents. There are PDFs, which have a somewhat larger file size, but maintain the original layout. The second option is HTML, which has a smaller file size, but may not preserve the page layout as well.
Below is an example of a BeeLined edition of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The document was converted from Word to BeeLined HTML with SensusAccess. Use the controls at the top of the document to switch between the different colour gradients and to scale the text size:
BeeLine Reader’s technology has won social impact awards from the United Nations, MIT Solve, and Stanford BASES. To learn more about BeeLine Reader or to try its apps/browser plugins, visit the BeeLine Reader website. If you have any questions about BeeLine Reader, please write to contact@BeeLineReader.com. For general support enquiries regarding SensusAccess, please write to the Support Team.