This week on the IAP, we discuss a new camera product, aimed at being a sort of seeing aid for people with blindness and low vision.
Access Matters Blog
Did you know that blind people can surf the Internet and deaf people can enjoy videos? Have you wondered how people with disabilities use mobile devices? Assistive technology (AT) empowers people with disabilities, yet it presents challenges for producers of online content.
This week on the IAP, we talk about the need for more accessible travel apps, right before we all head off for American Thanksgiving.
This week on the IAP, we talk with Dennis Lembree, creator of EasyChirp, an accessible interface for Twitter.
In the mid-1920s Juan Trippe set out to establish an airline network with the goal of linking America to the world. With the birth of his airline, Pan American World Airways, he found success, linking Los Angeles to Shanghai and Boston to London. From then on the world became smaller and more accessible to Americans. In 1989 Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist working at CERN, had a goal of linking scientists in universities and institutions...
This week on the IAP, we talk about some research at MIT that is paving the way for some very useful tools for the visually-impaired.
This week on the IAP, we talk about a new bit of research for the Xbox Kinect which allows translation between various sign languages and spoken word.
Does responsive design make a website more or less accessible? In this session you will learn best practices and techniques for accessible responsive design.