|Digit-Eyes is a text labeling system as well as an audio one.
Randy has some important documents -- birth certificates, the
mortgage papers and car pink slips, passports and more -- that
need to put in the safety deposit box and which he and his wife,
both of whom use Digit-Eyes, want to be able to easily identify.
How to know which document is which?
- Randy visits the Digit-Eyes website and selects the label
configuration he wants to use (in this case, 20 labels per
page, 2 across and 10 down).
- The website gives him an input page that is formatted the
same way his label sheet will be formatted.
- In the first box, he types "Randy's birth
certificate", in the second "Joan's birth
certificate" and in the remaining boxes, he types
labels for the birth certificates of their children, the
passports, the mortgage papers and the cars' pink slips. He
can put up to 100 characters of text in each label.
- He prints the labels.
These are not audio labels and they are not private; the
labels simply contain the text that he has written and anyone
who has Digit-Eyes can read the labels.
He puts the appropriate label on the back of each document
and then takes the documents to the bank.
Now, any time he or his wife have to retrieve an important
document, they can do so in privacy without sighted assistance
and Digit-Eyes has done its job.