On the top left of each page of this website, the ACB logo is stacked above the ADP logo. Both are rectangular, with primary text in dark blue on a white background.
The ACB logo consists of the letters ACB at the top left with the braille representation of those letters right below. A vertical line separates the letters from the organization name, American Council of the Blind, beneath which are the tagline, "Together for a bright future."
The ADP logo has a similar layout; however, the letters on the left are in reverse colors: white on a dark blue background in a small box. The ADP uses the letters AD (for Audio Description), followed by three expanding curves representing a sound wave, followed by the P (for Project), beneath which are the braille letters for ADP. To the right is the spelled-out name, Audio Description Project.
Each box has an underlying link taking you either to the ACB's website (in a new window) or the home page of the current ADP website.
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