I posted an article on the http://yorsight.org.uk website, about: “How can you make your Android easier to use if you have a visual impairment? Any thoughts?” and I’ve very curious to find out more. So I’m re-posting it here on my personal blog. Continue reading Android accessibility? Is there any?
A short video to explain how these smart bags work. They are currently available for pre-order from ilyware. There is a video to follow to demo the stand alone version that you can attach to your own bag!
I have launched ilyware for pre-orders in anticipation of the Launch Collection 2016. I am currently offering lower pricing for early interested adopters. The pre orders will enable me to further my research as well as get the products off the ground for the start of the new year. Continue reading LIMiTED: ilyware pre-order discount offer
Technology festival Wuthering Bytes is happening again this year at Hebden Bridge and I am privileged to be a speaker there on the final day, Friday October 2nd.
Tickets are a tenner per day that you want to attend which is a really great way to do it so you don’t necessarily have to attend the full week – though by the looks of it there is something for everyone and a good variety of content, more information is available from the Wuthering Bytes website or from the Twitter account but here is a general overview of the days and content (not in order of days).
Hey just a little post, I came across this helpful link to the booklet for Wearable Technology Show that was made to support the show we put on at Excel in April-May 2015.
If you are interested in seeing information about all of the fabulous contributors as well as a little information about the programme and Queen Mary University then please download a copy!
There is also the contact information for the contributors and the uni in case you are interested in further information from anyone involved. Thanks Antonella for posting!