Over the summer, I was talking to a friend about a cool function in Android that allows users to display medical information on their phone in case of an emergency. When my phone updated to Android 10, I was excited to see that it’s now […]
When the Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour premiered on New Year’s Eve, I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to watch it. I have low vision and photosensitive migraines as a result of a brain condition, so often times I have to watch […]
Before I watch videos, I have to check with someone to see if the video contains any flashing or strobe lights. This can seem like a question that is nearly impossible to answer, since flashing and strobe lights seem to be everywhere- the lights on […]
My eye doctor first recommended that I get tinted glasses in eighth grade. I was worried people might tease me for looking like I wear sunglasses all the time. More specifically, I worried about teasing for wearing sunglasses at night. I had started developing light […]
What you and your family need to know about strobe lights in Disney/Pixar’s new movie, Incredibles 2
There have been many instances where I have been sitting in my dorm room, and suddenly the power would cut out. Sometimes it was just for a few seconds, but I once was in the dark for 36 hours, and am currently writing this post […]
Visiting Christmas and holiday light displays with migraines, epilepsy, and similar photosensitive conditions.
Ten tips for ensuring PowerPoint presentations are accessible for people with disabilities from the start.