1. Supporting the keyboard for mobile

    Written by on February 11, 2016 in Development, UX

    Keyboard support means you have the freedom to use your hardware in the way that is most efficient and effective for you, which is really the whole point of inclusive design. But how do we get to keyboard accessibility for touch interfaces?

  2. Blindfolded

    Written by on June 4, 2012 in Understanding accessibility

    Sometimes we’re blindfolded, even to our own actions.

  3. Hands-free for now

    Written by on November 15, 2010 in Understanding accessibility

    My right hand is out of commission from doing too much yard work over the weekend. A sure sign I’m getting old, and a reminder that this can happen to anyone. I’m using Dragon Dictate for the Mac as a temporary solution. Hopefully it doesn’t last too long.