In this second of our post-event procasts, Steven and Robin bring you the rest of the best from TechShare Pro 2019. Amongst the audio-goodness is the amazing Haben Girma on disability identity, Abhi Moturi and Paul Duncan of Amazon on prioritising a (perhaps surprising) video audience, David Williams and Mark Friend from Sony on engaging with disabled users and much more from Christopher Patnoe of Google - this time joined by the lovely Kyndra Price of same - to discuss everything from Google Glass to driverless cars. Please tell your friends and make sure you stay subscribed as a large number of full-length interviews will drop, as usual, in the days to come. The hashtag is #TechSharePro2019 and you can also contact the show via email@example.com with feedback, questions and comments.
TSP12 Malin Rygg of Norway’s Authority for Universal Design of ICT and Stuart Seaborn of US not for profit Disability Rights Advocates
Today's full-length interview is a corker. Malin Rygg and Stuart Seaborn discuss the legal landscape and business case for digital inclusion in Europe and the US. 30 minutes of magic.
TSP11 Eleanor Southwood on accessibility carrots and sticks and the importance of disabled user involvement
Covering all aspects of both the legal and business cases, today we bring you the full interview with RNIB Chair Eleanor Southwood who was fresh from chairing the Carrots and Sticks expert panel session.
Today we have a really good, long interview with all-round accessibility superstar, Sarah Herrlinger of Apple in which we cover a broad range of topics - every one a corker.
A truly brilliant interview to kick off the series of full-length chats we've got coming up in the feed, today Caroline Casey, founder of the Valuable 500, talks to Steven Scott about her life, her fear of tech and her mission to change the world.
In this first of our post-event procasts, Steven and Robin bring you the best of the best from TechShare Pro 2019. Amongst the audio goodness is Caroline Casey of the Valuable 500, Jenny Lay-Flurrie of Microsoft, Sarah Herrlinger of Apple and lots of carrots and lots and lots of sticks. Please tell your friends and make sure you stay subscribed as a large number of full-length interviews will drop, as usual, in the days to come.
The hashtag is #TechSharePro 2019 and you can also contact the show via firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback, questions and comments.
Today's Procast extra includes the full-length interviews with George Rhodes (now of the Home Office) speaking to AbilityNet's Annie Mannion, as well as Robin Christopherson's chat with Accessibility Consultant Abi James of AbilityNet. They're discussing all-important aspects of those pesky public sector regulations that are making so many people sit up and take notice of digital inclusion (finally) - and both will be there to bring their expertise to bear at TechShare Pro.
First Simon Tew of Digit Music explains to Robin Christopherson all about its fantastic system for composing music using an adapted wheelchair controller, and then AbilityNet's Sarah Botterill talks to AbilityNet trustee and social entrepreneur; Kush Kanodia, about his passion for assistive technology and his work with the Global Disability Innovation Hub.
Hey there, it's Day 2 of TechShare Pro and the event's going really well. Here's the live feed to watch everything that's going on so please do join us. We'll be busy catching lots of interviews and audio to bring to you in the next main procast landing probably Tuesday or Wednesday next week. In the meantime, tomorrow and Monday we will drop another couple of full-length interview extra episodes. Thanks guys and please do keep listening and interacting with #TechSharePro2019.
No full-length interviews today as it's Day 1 of TechShare Pro so we're going to bring you something special. Click on this live feed link and you can watch all of today's proceedings live On Youtube and we'll do the same tomorrow. On Friday normal business will resume. Don't forget that you can interact on the Twitters with #TechSharePro2019.