Background During my career thus far, I was lucky to have been employed at Apple INC for around 24 months. This piece will talk about the reasons I decided to resign of my own volition and chose voluntary redundancy in the end and where the firm can improve internal tools especially for blind people working… Continue reading Apple’s employment conundrum
The winds of change and some small updates.
–more–> It has been a minute since I have published so I wanted to give a small update. All good stuff! Expanding the business. My business partner and I are in the process of totally giving the website a new look. Whilst I will still be keeping my current domain, the new site should have… Continue reading The winds of change and some small updates.
iPhone XS review: The best iPhone from Cupertino yet.
Last year when Apple released the X it was interesting. For the first time, the design was changed. Sporting a 5.8-inch screen, no home button, Face-ID, and coming in at $999 (US price). The phone was a big step for Apple. In 2018 Apple has carried much of those notions into the phone line up… Continue reading iPhone XS review: The best iPhone from Cupertino yet.
iOS 12 review: The best version yet.
Introduction I’ve been using iOS, The operating system that powers iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch since 2009. I still remember my excitement when I got my first 3rd generation iPod Touch with VoiceOver. Back then the 3GS was hot, And the notion of a screen reader on a flat touch-screen device was new. Let us… Continue reading iOS 12 review: The best version yet.
A Brief Market Research Survey
As part of gaining a deeper understanding amongst the blind community I would appreciate your responses to a quick market research survey linked below which seeks to examine current trends amongst our community. Thank you in advance for any feedback given. Create your own user feedback survey