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Assistive technology is designed with the visually impaired user in mind, from sock-locks to peg your pairs together, to reading machines with text-to-speech software. In recent years, design innovation has made much mainstream technology highly accessible and inclusive, including fingerprint recognition to unlock your smartphone and washer-dryers with auditory feedback to confirm programme selection.
Modern smartphones offer much more than just a phone line. For many people mobile devices are becoming the single point of access to connect with an immense range of technologies including lighting control, object identification, writing, banking, shopping and much more. As app creators finesse the design of software, accessible home technology is becoming easier-to-use and more affordable.
The guide includes: