The accessibility blog contains short pieces of news and thoughts on accessibility and usability. Accessibility covers making all of ICT easier to use by people with disabilities and challenges and how to make peoples lives easier by the use of ICT. Deeper examination of product and supplier matters appear in Peter Abrahams publications and articles for Bloor Research.
The location field in electronic diaries has not changed in over 20 years. It is inadequate to support modern integrated apps and accessibility requirements. I was an early adopter of Personnel Digital Assistants (PDA). In 1997 I was working for…
A year ago I wrote about my new Apple Watch 2, recently I got an Apple Watch 3 so it is time for a day in the life of Apple Watch 3.
Signly a UK Startup provides automated signing to help profoundly deaf people who use BSL
Aira is providing a remote assistant for blind people. Video streaming, GPS and other apps will mean people with vision impairments can be more independent.
The Apple Watch is a new paradigm for interacting with mobile technology. A days use shows what are the benefits to all types of user.
The banks, governments and other institutions tell us the hallmarks of fraudulent communications. So it is madness when they send messages that look fraudulent.
Word processors have powerful tools that make it easy to create elegant and accessible documents. Many people do not know how to use them which is a disaster.
e access 13 is the UK accessibility conference come and join me.
Transport for London is partnering with OneVoice to promote a competition to improve the variety of accessible apps providing real time travel information in London.
Eye tracking for smartphones and tablets using built-in camera