At the request of a member in the Tecla Tips Facebook group, we decided to test the accessibility of Pokemon GO on iOS. And by "we," we mean Larry who is Tecla's resident inclusive designer. Here's what Larry had to say.
Carolyn Pioro talking to the hosts of The Social on April 25, 2016.
You might recognize Carolyn Pioro from images featured on gettecla.com, or from Tecla's social media graphics. That's because Carolyn was the first Tecla beta tester from day one – and she's been an amazing representation of Tecla ever since.
On April 25th, 2016, Carolyn was invited to be a guest on the Canada-wide talkshow The Social, where she chatted about life and technology while living with quadriplegia.
With Tecla, users gain hands-free access to their touchscreen devices using their assistive switches. Offering includes a special price for Bell customers who live with motor impairments.
Carolyn Pioro using the Tecla Shield to access her iPad hands-free.
TORONTO, Monday, February 29, 2016 — Tecla, the assistive device that provides hands-free access to technology for those with limited upper-body mobility, is about to get a whole lot more accessible for Bell customers.
You might be hearing more and more about Switch Control these days.
Apple’s accessibility feature was recently covered by BuzzFeed, where one of Tecla’s first users, Christopher Hills, was highlighted as a great example of someone who uses Switch Control. And more recently, CNN profiled another Tecla user, Todd Stabelfeldt, who runs his software business all from his iPhone.
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