People With Disabilities Still an Afterthought in Tech Design

Progress¬†over the past 25 years has made computing more accessible to people with disabilities. But from design to finish, accessibility is still an afterthought in the race to technological innovation. — Despite breakthroughs in robotics, speech recognition, eye-motion sensors, virtual reality and many other areas, the general design approach to new products still excludes peopleContinue reading “People With Disabilities Still an Afterthought in Tech Design”

Accessible IT, assistive technology and working with a disability in tech

Accessible IT and assistive technology need to be ingrained in the DNA of the organisation, according to executives from the Royal National Institute for the Blind, BBC and Natural Resources Wales – to enable those working in tech with a disability and to give CIOs a greater understanding of user requirements. … “It’s a CIO’sContinue reading “Accessible IT, assistive technology and working with a disability in tech”