G3 iMac in a manual wheelchair over an old OS X default desktop image.


Here are all the series that ATMac has run:

Accessibility Changes Lives (7 posts)
Personal stories about accessibility and assistive technology and the profound way it can change people's lives.
Assistive Technology 101 (6 posts)
Beginner level introductory information about assistive technology including definitions of commonly used words and jargon.
EBook Resources (1 posts)
Posts relating to reading ebooks and electronic texts, on any Apple device including Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPads.
Home Automation (4 posts)
Posts relating to home automation and environmental control systems, including hardware and software, for iPhone, iPad and other iOS devices and for Mac OS X computer users.
iBeacons for Assistive Technology (3 posts)
What are iBeacons? Why might they be useful for assistive technology? How are they already used for accessibility and what might the future hold?
iOS 8 Custom Keyboards (3 posts)
Third-party custom keyboards were one of the accessibility enhancements that was most anticipated in iOS 8.
Mac Accessibility 101 (1 posts)
Step by step instructions for using the free accessibility options that are built into Mac OS X.
Speech-to-Text Compilation (9 posts)
Articles about the speech-to-text and dictation tools available for OS X and iOS and their use.
Straps and Lanyards for iPhone iPad and iPad Mini (3 posts)
Posts about ways to carry your iPhone, iPad and iPad Mini. Includes lanyards, harnesses, and straps designed for those with special needs and disabilities and also ones designed for general use.
Styluses and Pointers for iPads and iPhones (3 posts)
For users of pointing devices with their touch screens, including stylus users, head pointer users, mouth stick users, and others.

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