updated 03:15 pm EST, Wed January 18, 2006
Apple needs accessibility
One expert believes that Apple needs to make its interface more accessible to people with disabilities. Disability expert Anthony Tusler says that Apple must make its user interface more accessible to all users. Citing Apple's penchant for innovation, Tusler complained that more engery should be directed towards accessability issues, according to a Macworld UK report. Tusler will be launching a partnership with the US Academy of Art Insitute in February to encourage industrial design students to create universal design concepts. "I know they will discover that universal design is a puzzle to be solved that will help people with disabilities and the aging Baby Boomers," he said.