When creating a website you must keep in mind that everyone is not on the same level, some users get confused at the unlimited tools and shortcuts that the web has to offer. 241 more words
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A bit off-topic, but I call important: an indoor navigation tool for the blind and visually-impaired as been released as an open-source app. “Navatar overcomes a number of the obstacles traditionally associated with indoor navigation systems for blind users. 85 more words
Sometime in the hazy overnight hours of my son’s first weeks of life, I decided to become a runner. I place the blame squarely on postpartum hormones that conjured up the words “role model” and sent me into a life-changing panic. 993 more words
People with disabilities are amongst the most marginalised people in the world, especially in some of the poorer countries of Africa and Asia. Yet, those with greater disabilities can be empowered far more through the appropriate use of ICTs than can those who claim to have no disabilities. 77 more words
Blog by TfA member Chris. This blog and its content reflect the views of the author only.
Clapham Junction is a busy and important transport hub in South London, and I’m pleased to say that it has step-free access to all platforms, and wheelchair ramps on every platform. 727 more words