10 iPhone and iPad Apps That Take Accessibility To The Next Level

Accessibility refers to designing in a way that allows as many people as possible to access a physical product, service, environment, and/or app at its full potential. In the past, accessibility has been seen as optional or a nice “bonus” feature, but that view is outdated and prevents hundreds of thousands of potential users from making useContinue reading “10 iPhone and iPad Apps That Take Accessibility To The Next Level”

7 iPad Apps to Help Students With Dyslexia – Mashable

Dyslexia is a language-based disorder that makes reading, recognizing words, spelling and decoding especially difficult…. Mashable round up a list of seven apps that students, parents and teachers may find useful covering a range of abilities and ages. via source: http://mashable.com/2014/07/28/apps-for-dyslexia/

Comprehensive Stylus Reviews

There’s been some large comprehensive reviews and comparisons of Styluses on offer for the myriad of capacitive type touch devices that now surround us. A stylus is of particular interest to me as I don’t use my fingers. One thing I find with these “Best of” or even the “comparative” type reviews is they areContinue reading “Comprehensive Stylus Reviews”

BreathBird : Breath activated scanning input comes to iPad

Techcrunch report on the (free) BreathBird twitter app for the iPad. BreathBird employs the well honed concept of ‘scanning‘ that’s been used for alternate input selection on software like on-screen scanning keyboards for years and applies it in a fresh way to this iPad app, using breath as the trigger rather than a switch. I’mContinue reading “BreathBird : Breath activated scanning input comes to iPad”