How a young entrepreneur turned her own technology need into an app designed for other people with low-vision.
What's the significance of Apple's iPhone 15 lineup, from an accessibility point of view?
Andrew Leland's memoir "The Country of the Blind" tells a story about his ongoing journey into vision loss. It's also a history of blindness, and blindness tech, with stops along the way to unpack the literary deployments of vision loss by other writers.
Even before ChatGPT brought AI into the mainstream, companies touted it as a way to make web sites accessible – a magic bullet that meant web devs could skip the accessibility checks normally done by humans. But it doesn't work like that.
My colleagues from the Maccessibility Roundtable join me for a conversation about Apple's Vision Pro and accessibility. We still don't know a lot, but be know more than we did an hour after the WWDC keynote.
Taking a look back at this year's Google I/O events, with an eye toward accessibility. Our favorite followers of the Goog are back! We talk AI, Android, Pixel phones and tablets, and how Google does its spectacle.
This week, Apple previewed accessibility features coming to the Mac and iOS. It's an annual event, which is cool. Want to know more about what Apple discussed and how these new features fit in with the existing accessibility suite? We've got you!
iOS developer Rob Whitaker returns to Parallel for a chat about APIs and tools developers can use to make their mobile apps more accessible.
We're talking about Apple's fitness offering from an accessibility perspective with a Fitness+ user, and someone who has worked on Apple accessibility teams.
Ten iOSes ago, I wrote a book called iOS Access for All. Here's how it has evolved over the years.