When the call goes out to discuss accessibility and Mac OS X Lion, who better to consult than accessibility expert Josh de Lioncourt? In addition to examining how accessibility has changed with Lion, Josh and I talk about accessibility efforts Apple is making in the iOS.
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If you’d like to learn more about Apple and accessibility, check out Josh’s Maccessibility.net. Apple has a page devoted to Lion’s accessibility features as well.
During our talk, Josh mentioned Pennsylvania’s Boal Barn Playhouse, which broadcasts descriptions of the action to those with vision impairments. If you’re in the neighborhood, take in a play. It sounds like they do great work.
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