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iOhYes Podcast Episode 35 - Includes a discussion with Neem Serra about the importance of making apps accessible
UIAccessibility protocol reference
UIAcessibilityContainer protocol reference
UIAccessibilityAction protocol reference
Riemann Sum: UIAccessibility Demo - Sommer Panage on GitHub
The application allows the user to model one of 3 functions in a graph and select the number of rects to approximate the integral using a Riemann Sum. (This demo uses the Left Riemann Sum.)
This app has been made fully accessible to demonstrate the use of Apple's UIAccessibility protocols / classes. It demonstrates basic accessibility additions via customization of accessibilityLabel properties thru more advanced accessibility via custom accessibility containers.
git clone https://github.com/spanage/riemann_sum_ax_ios
Vovis: Soon-to-be-available project. An out-of-band VoiceOver visualizer to help identify potential accessibility issues. I’ll be sharing it on GitHub soon. (Hopefully before the next episode.)
Kevin Jones demonstrates the challenges of navigating 2-dimensional interfaces designed for sighted users when using screen readers, which may be considered 1-dimensional, and provides suggestions as to how design might be optimized for screen readers.
Tommy Edison: a lot of us don't actually know a blind person. Tommy does 2 awesome YouTube series: one answering common questions sighted people have for blind people and the other reviewing films from the blind perspective. Each is a quick and interesting:
Flesky: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fleksy-keyboard-happy-typing/id520337246?mt=8 incredible keyboard for sighted and non-sighted users alike. Shows promise for learned custom gestures.
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