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Smartphones are everywhere and a large part of our society. Year on year smartphone usage is overtaking traditional desktop platforms. For most of us using one of these devices the smooth screen and lack of buttons have become second-nature. Yes, it probably took some time to adapt from traditional button phones — my adjustment took a while. For Visually Impaired People (VIP) it’s a completely different story, and an area requiring more awareness.
Like those of us who have sight, VIPs want the latest technology — more specifically smartphones — as well. The devices hold a robust range of features which are useful to all users. The problem, of course, is the usability and navigation of these smartphones.
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