John Lilly joined AFB in 2014 to develop a series of accessible mobile applications, allowing AFB to reach blind and visually impaired individuals, families, and service providers across the nation. John has become a key member of the Consulting team, leveraging his programming knowledge and expertise to conduct usability and technical evaluations, identify solutions, and make recommendations.
John specializes in accessible mobile and web applications; programming languages, such as Java, Objective-C, Python, and HTML; and in assistive technology, including Talkback for Android, VoiceOver for iOS, and Non-Visual Desktop Access (NVDA).
Prior to joining the AFB team, John worked with several large consulting firms, and played a key role in developing a streamlined, automated, and accessible communications program for the Department of Human Resources of West Virginia.
John holds a bachelor’s in Computer Science from Marshall University.