In second part of our discussion with iOS Access for All author Shelly Brisbin, she talks about how iOS and macOS compares to other platforms, who’s making progress in the accessibility area, and how they are doing it. Shelly also explains what she would recommend to first-time buyers of accessibility tech, how to choose, and what she would like to see Apple to continue their progress in this area.
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Shelly Brisbin is a writer, editor, podcaster, and cocktail enthusiast, as well as a Web editor & produce for Texas Standard. Her current project is, a comprehensive guide to accessibility for Apple’s iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. She is a member of the Maccessability podcast panel, produces the Parallel podcast , and her newest podcast project is Lions, Towers & Shields. When she’s not working, Shelly spends time with her husband and cats in Austin, Texas, watches ancient movies, and reads books, many of which are made of paper.