‘Social Media’ Archive

CSUN and the iPhone

The day before CSUN, I opted to use my AT&T upgrade to get an iPhone.  As I have previously posted, I had played with a friend’s iPhone before, only for a few minutes and found it impossible to use.  However, after talking to other blind users of the product who were successful and raved about […]

An Update that is Long Overdue

If you are reading this post, then you know that our blog has a new home and is no longer found at www.universallydesigned.net.  We are hopeful that we can maintain our friends and readers that we have gained over the past couple of years and continue to provide you with useful information about assistive technologies […]

Knowbility at SXSW 2010

We at Knowbility had another fabulous year at Austin’s annual South by Southwest Interactive Media Conference.  There were so many awesome people to talk to from all over the country and even internationally.  We made several new friends who share our interest in accessibility, some of whom had never thought about it before in terms […]

Facebook Redesign for February 2010 Still Needs Improving

Recently, the newest version of Facebook was unveiled, promising more features and ease of use for everyone.  For the past several months, I have elected to use the mobile version of Facebook, mainly to avoid all of the clutter and headache that I encounter on the main page.  However, many of the features of Facebook […]

Some Exciting Knowbility News

The New Year brings some fantastic Knowbility events that I want to make you aware of, so that you may either participate, or help us spread the word.  First is our 9th annual AIR Interactive, where teams of web developers are matched with local non-profit Arts organizations and given a month to create an accessible […]