The web is filled with content, but for those with a disability, not all content is created equal. Some may find it difficult or impossible to consume media files in the form of images, video, or podcasts. To permit someone with a visual disability to understand the meaning of a photograph, drawing, graphic design, painting, graph, chart, animation, or video, an auditory alternative needs to be provided. For people who are hearing impaired, a text alternative will help. For people who are hearing and visually impaired, a braille alternative can be provided based on the text alternative. These alternatives are one of the main ways we make information accessible, because once content is distilled into text, it can be reproduced easily in an individual’s preferred sensory modality.