Tech accessibility to the masses

The Silicon Valley giants are embracing users with disabilities, resulting in tech and features that everyone can appreciate. (full article)

A Facebook employee at the company's innovation center in Berlin, Germany, demonstrates the object recognition capabilities of new artificial intelligence technology that Facebook is creating to help blind people. - Sean Gallup, Getty Images
A Facebook employee at the company’s innovation center in Berlin, Germany, demonstrates the object recognition capabilities of new artificial intelligence technology that Facebook is creating to help blind people. – Sean Gallup, Getty Images

TERRIBLE CLIENTS EXPLAINED WITH PIRATES

Here’s a pithy article on managing clients’ demands.

“They crash in through the door, shoving a proposal in your face – it’s on fire. They need a website and they needed it yesterday – if possible, by last weekend. You do work on weekends, don’t you?

Mr. Urgent could be trying to squeeze more work out of you in fewer hours, but it’s more likely that they simply suck at planning – so it’s super important that you don’t.”

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