Smartphone Accessibility Primer 401: Let’s Get Testing!

This is the fourth and final article of a series taking you through mobile accessibility basics for Android and iPhone. We have already introduced TalkBack.

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Smartphone Accessibility 301: Switching Things up with Switch Access

This is the third of a series of articles taking you through mobile accessibility basics for Android and iPhone. We have already introduced TalkBack and.

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Smartphone Accessibility 201: Colors, Contrast, and Magnification, Oh My!

This is article two of a series taking you through mobile accessibility basics for Android and iPhone to help get you ready to conduct an.

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Smartphone Accessibility 101: Mobile Screen Readers

This is part one of a series of articles that will take you through the basics of mobile accessibility for Android and iPhone, and help.

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Your Website is Accessible, but is Your Mobile App?

Mobile apps are everywhere. The explosion of smartphones and tablets over the past decade have made apps an increasingly important way for businesses to connect.

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Complex Cooking Is Now Accessible for the Blind Using Bluetooth

Typically I’m well known for ripping products apart, but not really for endorsing a product due to the amazing level of its accessibility. Since this.

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Assistive Technology for Users with Mobility Disabilities: Android Switch Access

Welcome to the final post in this short series on assistive technology for users with mobility disabilities. Today, we focus on Android Switch Access. For the previous.

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Assistive Technology for Users with Mobility Disabilities: iOS Switch Control

The iOS Switch Control accessibility feature is built-in to iOS and can be used with a variety of Bluetooth switches, Bluetooth keyboards, and the iOS.

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Computer and Mobile Phone Access for People with Mobility Disabilities

Users with mobility disabilities access computers and mobile phones in an array of ways. These users include people who use wheelchairs, people with limited manual.

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Mobile Browser Support for ARIA Roles, States, and Properties

Last month I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the 1st Annual IAAP Access 2015 Conference, including a session I presented on the current.

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