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Month: April 2014

For Immediate Release: Rick Boggs Of Audio Eyes, LLC To Be Guest On Access Chat On Tuesday May 06, 2014

Posted in press releases

For Immediate Release: Audio Eyes, LLC – Turning Pictures Into Words
Atlanta, Georgia
April 28, 2014

On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 8:00 PM Eastern, Mr. Rick Boggs, founder of Audio Eyes, LLC will participate in Fedora Outlier’s popular weekly series #AccessChat – A Twitter Chat Committed To Access.

Placing And Ending A Phone Call On An iPhone, An Excerpt From The Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS 7 Edition

Posted in Apple Inc

The process of making a telephone call sure has changed throughout the past few decades. My grandparents would have to ask an operator to place a call for them even if it was just to the next door neighbor. Does anyone remember having to use a rotary style telephone? As a blind person, I was quite thrilled when the push button keypad was created! Let’s not forget pay phones and making sure you always had change to use them.

Is It going To Rain, Or Is The Sun Going To Shine? There’s An App For That!

Posted in Apple Inc

It doesn’t matter if you are blind or not, we all want to know what the weather will be like before heading out the door. Will there be scattered showers or major storms? How high will the pollen count be? Do you know the difference between a tornado watch and warning?

Learning How To Use The On-Screen Keyboard, An Excerpt From The Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS 7 Edition

Posted in Apple Inc

The ability to learn how to use the default onscreen keyboard took a great deal of practice, a boat load of patience and a large amount of will power not to throw my phone out the window and demolish it with a sledgehammer!

Follow Friday With 64Oz Games

Posted in Delivering Access

On a rainy day with absolutely nothing to do, you could usually find me and my friends inside playing some type of board game such as Clue or Trivia Pursuit. As my vision began to deteriorate, the ability for me to play these games with my sighted peers became quite difficult and eventually it became impossible for me to play board games at all. To my knowledge there are not many board games that are accessible to the blindness community; however, that is about to change.

A Library Of Books At Your Fingertips, There’s An App For That!

Posted in Apple Inc

Reading has always been a passion of mine and though I can no longer see to read text on a page, my blindness has not deterred me from the love of reading a good book. I have just had to learn to read in a completely different way, and with the help of my iPhone I now have more than enough to read, all right at my fingertips!

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