For text-only instructions for folding the most-used origami bases go to
Just a Bit of Paper
On this page you will also find detailed instructions for some more advanced models, including:
a sampan, a four-point star, a box and lid in one and the traditional masu or square box.
©Rikki Donachie 2001-2013
Applevis.com is one of the best on-line resources to learn all about accessibility of all Apple’s products and the IOS platform.
No matter if you are an advanced user of Apple products or if you have just acquired your first IOS device, this site will provide you with enough info to get started and a lot more …
You will not only find a myriad of audio tutorials, tips and tricks related to accessibility of Apple devices, but this is also where you will find the most comprehensive directory of IOS apps that have been developed for and tested by blind and visually impaired users.
If you are an app developer, this is also a place to interact with users on the issue of accessibility.
Lindy van der Merwe established the Accessible Origami Project in 2009. After becoming interested in origami, aka paper folding, she became frustrated with the fact that though there were lots of information available on origami on the Internet, almost all resources relied on visual representations. The Accessible Origami Project is different, in that it comprises no drawings, pictures or visual clues of any kind. Instructions are in text-only format. “I am hopeful that this project will help to make origami more accessible to children and adults who are blind or have low vision. It is geared towards those who would like to pursue origami on their own or who would like to teach it to those with visual impairment or even children and adults with special needs, who might benefit from learning in non-visual ways.”
To download the two text files that are available so far, enter on the links below.
For any questions, comments, suggestions or if you have contributions of your own, you may contact Lindy by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Accessible Origami” in the subject line.
ACCESSIBLE ORIGAMI – VOLUME 1
ACCESSIBLE ORIGAMI – VOLUME 2