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BBC on smartphone accessibility

I enjoyed hearing the BBC’s cast about the new generation of phones and smartphones how accessibility features inform buying choices of  blind and visually impaired people – the push for accessibility of mainstream phones by manufacturers and designers. With touch screens, voice activation and Apps to…

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Enabled Maps adds functionality to Google

We’re often asked why use enabled maps to create custom journeys when online tools such as Google and Microsoft Bing maps are freely available, its a good question and we think both tools have advanced the way we use maps and opened up map data. Enabled Maps lets you…

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GLA provides maps for 24 million tourists

The Greater London Authority commissioned Enabled City to provide 24 maps along the Southbank. Southbank The Southbank area has 24 million visitors per year, but most do not explore beyond Blackfriars Bridge due to access and uncertainty of way finding. PhotoRoute will be used to…

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