Access Issues

Indoor Wayfinding with Access Explorer from American Printing House for the Blind: One Step Forward

Bill Holton

The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) has put significant effort into expanding access to accurate indoor navigation for people with visual impairments. This article takes a look at the new APH indoor navigation company, Access Explorer.

Employment Matters

Petr Kucheryavyy, Senior Manager, Accessibility, Charter Communications

Deborah Kendrick

Petr Kucheryavyy is bright, articulate, soft-spoken, and charismatic. He is passionate about sharing his amazing life story to help other people who are blind grasp their own inner power and expand their capabilities.

Product Evaluations and Guides

Sonos One With Alexa and Google Assistant

Steven Kelley

The Sonos One sets a new standard for smart speakers, enabling users to select which digital assistant or voice service is best for them, and offering the ability to select audio services, whether they are supported by the digital assistant or not.

Thaumistry: A Study in Text Adventure Gaming

Jamie Pauls

I highly recommend that you consider purchasing the game Thaumistry: In Charm’s Way for $9.99. Although it's available on several platforms, the Windows desktop version is the only one that offers a text-only mode at startup, which makes it a pleasure to play as a blind person.

Recent Advancements Make Dungeons and Dragons More Accessible to People with Visual Impairments

Aaron Preece

New advances have made it easier than ever for people with visual impairments to play Dungeons and Dragons (D&D). This article explores the game and reviews the new options available for access.

AccessWorld News

AccessWorld News

An important privacy advance from Be My Eyes, a call for webinar topics from IAAP, and more.

Letters to the Editor