The Old Hat Guide to iPhone Accessibility walks through the most common challenges blind and low vision users face the first time they try using the iPhone. But, as you'll quickly find out by reading, once users find themselves on the other side of the learning curve, endless possibilities await them, whether in the workplace, in the classroom or at play.
Follow one of Fedora Outlier LLC's team member's Bronwyn, Brie to her friends) Rumery's true account of her fear and trepidation of learning how to use Apple's accessible iPhone, her daily frustrations with performing simple iPhone tasks and how an inanimate object would at times, bring her to tears.
You will enjoy her wit, humor and flamboyant sarcasm as she discovers how to conquer her Apple iOS device that her husband gave her as a Christmas present, how she refused to learn how to use her new gadget and finally how she overcame her technological fear and now doesn't go anywhere without her trusty iPhone.
Brie decided that she needed to share her new found knowledge with others and determined that a book needed to be written, but not just an ordinary, step-by-step manual. This book needed to be simple, straight to the point and be accessible to the blind and visually impaired along with their sighted peers.
With the help of her husband Scott and two of her Fedora Outlier, LLC colleagues, Teresa Brenner and Marcy Weinberg, a collaboration was formed and the Old Hat Guide to iPhone Accessibility was written.
You'll follow Brie's journey into the realm of iOS accessibility from start to end in just 12 Baby Steps. Whether you are a beginner or a experienced at using an iPhone, you will definitely want to read this book and recommend it to others as a unique and entertaining resource.