I really appreciate your stopping by the Web site for iOS Access for All: Your Comprehensive Guide to Accessibility for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (iOS 11 edition.) If you want to know what the book is all about, or are trying to decide whether to purchase a copy, here are a few links that should answer most of your questions: Sample Chapter: Download Chapter 5, “Siri and Voice Input.” You’ll learn what’s in the book, my writing style, and how to use Siri, no matter what accessibility needs you have. Table of Contents: Get a detailed look at what’s in each chapter of iOS Access for All (iOS 12 Edition). FAQ: This series of questions and answers is evolving, but you can start here. Download/Reading FAQ: Get tips for successfully downloading your copy of iOS Access for All, and reading it accessibly on the device of your choice. Press: Hear and read what others are saying. Buy the Book: Purchase a copy of the ePub or PDF edition for $25, using PayPal or a credit card. If you would like to purchase multiple copies for your school or agency, please contact sales [at] iosaccessbook.com to discuss a bulk discount.… Continue Reading Welcome!
A lot of people have let me know they are excited about iOS Access for All. I’ve also been asked a number of questions about the book. Here we go! Question: What’s the focus of the book? Answer: iOS Access for All is a comprehensive guide to accessibility in the Apple mobile environment. Part One introduces Apple’s approach to accessibility on the iOS platform, and provides a quick start, for those eager to use their devices right away. Part Two features step-by-step instructions for enabling and using iOS’ accessibility features, along with tips and workarounds that will help you become a power user. I also cover accessories, and connectivity to hardware devices, like Braille displays, keyboards, hearing aides, and switches. Major sections cover the following areas: Quickstart for enabling accessibility features VoiceOver Low-vision tools: zoom, invert colors, enlarged text, increase contrast Siri and other voice input options Tools for users with learning disabilities Switch Control, and other options for users with physical disabilities Guided Access and its role in supporting cognitive disabilities Many iOS features that are not designed specifically for accessibility can and do provide enhanced access. For example, Siri and voice dictation give blind and motor-impaired users more flexibility when… Continue Reading iOS Access for All: FAQ