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IAP 2017-E4: iPhoneX

By Mark Miller on October 9, 2017

In this episode Jeremy and Mark have a fund discussion about the accessibility of the iPhoneX especially as it relates to the facial recognition feature. The Interactive Accessibility Podcast (IAP) is an entertaining approach to accessibility. We enjoy sharing our discussions on accessibility and how it relates to technology, real-life issues, information, businesses, and people with disabilities....

Focusing on Individuals’ Unique Abilities in the Workforce

By Mark Miller on September 25, 2017

Is the glass half full or half empty? Do you have a unique ability or a disability? Words are tricky. Describing the same thing in two different ways is like magic because the undertones can change between negative and positive. Is your glass half full? Is your blind friend at work uniquely abled?   Take low vision for instance, a physical condition that limits a person’s sense of sight. At first glance, that may have negative connotations. The...

The Accessibility Maturity Model and Upcoming IAAP Webinar

By Mark Miller on June 26, 2017

Skittles bouncing of a deck

Not long after I had gotten off a call with Kathy discussing her upcoming IAAP webinar, Where is Your Organization on the Accessibility Maturity Scale, I was sitting on my back deck with my family when my youngest son declared he had a sugar craving and emerged from a plastic shopping bag with a family size bag of Skittles. He grabbed two sides of the candy bag, bared his teeth and pulled. All of us more mature members of his...

IAP 2017-E3: Accessibility and Autonomous Cars

By Mark Miller on June 21, 2017

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Explore the not so distant future of autonomous cars and the accessibility implications with Jeremy and Mark. The Interactive Accessibility Podcast (IAP) is an entertaining approach to accessibility. We enjoy sharing our discussions on accessibility and how it relates to technology, real-life issues, information, businesses, and people with disabilities. ...