The Open Accessibility Personalisation Extension (OpenAPE) is a web service to exchange context information in order to personalize all kind of electronic devices and services. It also provides a service to up- and download reusable user interface components. Furthermore, it provides a recommendation service for personalized user settings. OpenAPE is the reference implementation of ISO/IEC 24752-8.
The book addresses key trends in technology and their relevance to forgotten populations. Example case studies include: iPad apps for cognitive therapy, increased utility of virtual worlds, the use of video games to improve patient adherence, support programs through mobile platforms, the rise of Web accessibility, and the impact of federal regulations on the digital marketplace.
A clear, complete and concise handbook with practical examples for anyone designing, developing or creating iOS apps. Learn how Accessibility can make your app easier to use for everyone, more robust, and reach a wider audience. First of the kind resource for iOS.
This paper highlights the features of Adobe PhoneGap, a free and open source framework that allows developers to create mobile apps using standardized web APIs for cross-platform development. The PhoneGap Mobile Accessibility Plugin works by providing developers access to each mobile device’s built-in accessibility features, allowing them to build apps that can be compiled to run on any given operating system.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. How do blind people use the iPhone? That’s a question computer programmer Austin Seraphin – blind since birth – wanted to know. In this surprisingly funny and personal talk, Austin shares how technology changed his universe and what it means to make apps, gadgets and even street art accessible to all, sighted or not.