Importance of Mobile Applications in Accessibility
HOWS YOUR MOBILE? I M P O R TA N C E O F M O B I L E A P P L I C AT I O N S I N A C C E S S I B I L I T Y Susan Hewitt, Accessibility Coordinator Texas Department of State Health Services The Rise of Mobile
58% of Americans own a smart phone 34% of them use it as their primary means of accessing the Internet 47% of low-income Americans use it as their primary means of accessing the internet (Pew Research Center)
How is This Important to People With Disabilities? Since 2009, reported mobile usage has increased by 60% to a reported total of 82% of people with visual impairments. Users with motor control impairments report 58%
reporting accessing the internet via mobile devices. (WebAIM) Its Not Just Numbers
Video: Bill Herzler, Assistive Technology Unit, DARS (Link will open in browser window.) How Mobile Devices Assist Visually-Impaired Screen-readers Speech-to-Text GPS navigation
Cameras Ability to magnify screens & high contrast modes Support of external devices Hearing-Impaired Vibration and LED flashes Subtitles and captions Hearing aid support
How Mobile Devices Assist Motor-Impaired Speech-to-Text Assistive touch and custom gestures External switch device support Fingerprint recognition
How Mobile Devices Assist Cognitive-impaired Apps to assist the non-verbal Productivity and organization tools Ability to disable features Screen reading Lets Get Technical
How does all this work? Mobile Content: Pick Your Poison Native Apps HTML
Responsive Design is Responsible Design Target Chooses to Optimize Google Nexus tablet
Samsung s5 Galaxy Phone And They Show the Pluses of Native Mobile Browser
Native App The BBC is Responsive Desktop Nexus Tablet
iPhone Dept of Veterans Affairs Has 99 Problems Desktop Browser Mobile Browser
And Their Mobile is Definitely One Desktop Browser Mobile Browser The Great Device War
Who does what and how well Apple got it right and everybodys scrambling to catch up. -Bill Herzler, Assistive Technology Unit, DARS
Usage by OS Visually-Impaired Motor ControlImpaired iOS -65% Android 16%
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