iOS Voice Control saves the day!

Simplified summary The Voice Control feature in iOS is very helpful for accessibility testers. This feature shows the accessible name of all interface controls on mobile apps. This makes it much easier to control the device with voice, because you can see the correct labels. Voice Control is also easy to turn on. Article text

Accessibility Webinars, Workshops and Training, Oh My!

Training and Workshops in DC, the Bay Area and free accessibility webinars! Accessibility Workshops Find us at the 4th annual ICT Accessibility Testing Symposium in Washington, DC! CEO Gian Wild will be presenting and running training on several topics: Mobile Accessibility Testing Workshop Monday, September 30th Where are you with your iOS and Android accessibility

AccessibilityOz Webinars

AccessibilityOz hosts many accessibility webinars, both as a company and on behalf of other organizations. Upcoming webinars: Procuring accessible products (September 3rd and 4th) September 3 at 4:00 PM PST / 7:00PM EST September 4 at 6:00 AM PST / 9:00AM EST Mobile Accessibility Toolkit, presented for 3Play Media (10th October at 2:00PM EST /

Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day!

Join AccessibilityOz in celebrating the 8th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Today, May 16 2019, we are proud to celebrate the 8th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). Tons of on-site and virtual events are taking place worldwide today to mark this special day. 2019 has been a busy year for us so far! AccessibilityOz

Navigation Through the Nations: a Travel Toolbox

When I travel, I often use multiple apps to plan my journey, to check a timetable on the fly, or find out what station I’m at when there are no audible announcements. The simplest way for me to look up a timetable is with an app called MelbournePT, developed by Steam Film. At the time

Low Vision: mobile adaption on iPhone

A thing that is often forgotten by people who don’t directly work in accessibility is that computer accessibility isn’t just about blind folk using screen readers. There’s a wild and wacky world of many varying and intersecting disabilities: no vision, low vision, deafness, hardness of hearing, cognitive problems, difficulty with fine motor control, language skills,