AT Banter Episode 208 – Shelly Brisbin

It’s a big show this week as Rob, Ryan, and Steve welcome Shelly Brisbin to the Anti-Gloom Zoom Room. Shelly is an author, podcaster, producer, and blogger who has been writing about accessibility and Assistive Technology since the early  2000s and her book, iOS Access for All is one of the most comprehensive resources around for iOS accessibility features. We chat with her from everything from the early days of Apple accessibility right through to where accessibility stands during these days of COVID. You don’t want to miss this one!

Show Notes

Shelly Brisbin

36 Seconds That Changed Everything: How the iPhone Learned to Talk

iOS Access for All

Typio Accessible Typing Tutor

AT Banter Episode 33 – Molly Watt


This week we’re thrilled to be talking to Molly Watt, passionate advocate for inclusive technology, co founder of the Molly Watt Trust, director of usability consulting firm Molly Watt Limited, blogger, and children’s book author and illustrator (she does it all, folks!).

Show Notes
Molly Watt Limited
Hear No, See No, Techno: Molly Watt (YouTube Video)

AT Banter Episode 2 – June 1, 2016


Our second episode! We paid for the mics, we’re going to use them! Today we talk about Assistive Technology assessments, Apple Watches, and discuss the terms ‘Assistive Technology’ and ‘Disability’.

Show Notes
Process of Considering Assistive Technology
From Smart to Dumb: My First Year With an Apple Watch
BrailleNote Touch Notetaker from Humanware
The Line Between Accessory and Assistive Technology