Agenda has such good reviews that is why I went to the effort to download and join the community. I may use Agenda in my next career for me – I like the interface.
For visually impaired there are at least these elements I know of that you can use in your planning. I have also worked with some elderly people and found the same accessibility needs as those that are visually impaired.
If you go to your or someone’s iphone and select the following to see what they need. You probably already know that so I am just stating it just in case it’s new to you. A friendly nudge per se.
Settings–> General --> Accessibility then you will find many of the items that a responsive design needs to cover. The top item listed is VoiceOver on that settings page.
They, visually impaired, often use invert colors on the ipad or iphone settings to see white text on black background. They often can not see anything on a white background.
They need to extra large text sizes to read so your screen would have to be responsive to XL
The organizations for the blind tell them to look for these three things in software:
a) Can your audio playback read the photographs of text?
b) If a PDF file is attached to a note in your app will the audio playback read the PDF file?
c) Can the audio playback in your app read any other types of attached documents to notes? Ex: can it read scanned documents?
Thank you for doing anything you can to rank these needs high. (wink)