Hello, I am a student in game development and I am currently developing a User Interface in Unity that can help blind people and people with short visibility to navigate through it. I am new to this big but amazing world of accessibility and I was hoping that you guys could give me some advice on my current version.
I leave you here the link to download the current build:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-MgsEr … sp=sharing
To play it you just need to download the archive, extract the folder and press in the executable application "Builds".
I would love to know what do you think about it specially how useful do you think it is what I have until now, of course any comment about further improvement will be more than welcome!
In the scene, there are 2 menus, the main one that is shown at the beginning and the "on pause menu" that is triggered by pressing the escape key once you are in a new game.
There are still some technical things to improve but initially you should be able to move through the interface without seeing it by making use of the voice over and the keyboard. You should also be able to change the text size to make it more easy to read and control the volume of the music and UI sounds.
Looking forward for your feedback