Innovation = Design for Everyone: a Review of Kel Smith's "Digital Outcasts"

In late 1998 and early 1999, I began my journey that would ultimately lead to my career as a technologist, working on bringing independence through electronic information and digital means. As a student entering university, I had somewhat of a BLASÉ attitude toward what technology could do for me. I of course understood that screen reading technology could make my life tremendously different from many other blind people who attended university before me.

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