Speechlabel is an app for people with a visual impairment to create a more accessible environment.

The app has been made fully accessible for the built-in screenreader on Android and iOS devices. This allows people who are fully blind to still use the app.

The app started as a research project to find out how you can create apps which are accessible for users with a visual impairment. It turned out that the proof-of-concept was a success itself, and it was decided to continue building the app into a complete platform.

Users can add their own labels to objects by scanning barcodes or NFC-tags

The app can recognize 13 different kind of barcodes, including the ones on product packaging

However, some objects do not have a barcode printed on them. The solution: users can purchase products inside the app which can be attached to objects.

An example where milk is scanned.
An example where milk is scanned.
All labels that a user has created are shown in this screen.
All labels that a user has created are shown in this screen.
Users can set their own preferences, such as scanning multiple barcodes at once.
Users can set their own preferences, such as scanning multiple barcodes at once.