Editor's Page

Conference Coverage

A Recap of Apple’s 2022 WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference)

Janet Ingber

It's once again time for Apple to detail their new operating systems and their features at their World Wide Developers Conference, WWDC. In this article, we bring you the highlights.

Employment Matters


Deborah Kendrick

In just a little more than a year, Nefertiti Matos Olivares has already landed plenty of audio description assignments. If you listen to those credits voiced at the end of audio-described productions, the likelihood of your hearing the name Nefertiti Matos Olivares as writer or narrator is steadily growing.

Access Matters

Creating “Inclusion at work” through an interactive Ideathon

One of the highlights and most popular sessions during the 2022 American Foundation for the Blind Leadership Conference was an interactive Ideathon, facilitated by JPMorgan Chase. This article describes the process, and provides many of the direct statements provided during the Ideathon.

Product Reviews and Guides

An Introduction to Accessible Audio Editing with Reaper

Jamie Pauls

If you are looking for an advanced, full featured audio editor for music and or audio projects, Reaper is an excellent choice. With all the features available, getting started can be a challenge. In this article, we detail several resources for learning to use Reaper with assistive technology.

Canute 360: The World's First Multi-line Braille Display

Judy Dixon

The Canute 360 is a landmark development in braille display technology. Boasting 9 lines of braille with a total cell count of 360, it offers many possibilities for structured braille that haven't been possible in the past. In this article, we will take you on a tour of the display and its capabilities.