Our “What Are You Wearing?” segments are meant as a way to share the thought process that goes into choosing a look for an event or occasion. In this segment, Laura describes the outfit she chose to wear for a casual evening during a conference. Watch for other “What Are You Wearing?” shows, and if you’d like to contribute, we’d love to air your episode! Tell us where you are going or what you are doing, describe your look, and share why you made the choices you made, whether clothing, hair, makeup, jewelry, or styling choices. Keep your segment under five minutes, and send the audio to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll edit as necessary, add an introduction, and let you know when you can expect to hear it. thanks for tuning in to the Fashionability Channel, your guide to accessible style. Finally! Style within reach…of everyone!W
Today we are joined by Alicia from the blog Spashionista to talk all about her experiences as a fashion blogger and her top tips on style when you are a wheelchair user.
Transcript To Follow.
Where To Find Alicia
Facebok Page: https://www.facebook.com/SpashionistaReport
Welcome back to fashionability!
Today Emily shares with us her outfit for her recent appearance with UK charity Scope in the #EndTheAwkward campaign.
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The campaign is aimed at raising awareness of disability and ending the awkwardness and stigma that surrounds disability by getting people to share their awkward stories on social media.
Emily’s described when she was out and about how when she asked someone for directions instead of talking to her the person instead beat down and gave them to her guide dog!
If you would like to share your awkward moments under the #EndTheAwkward.
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If you are a user of assistive technology, have a print or mobility disability, or just want to be able to use your smartphone as a personal shopping assistant, then tune in as Laura interviews the founder of Conversant Labs. Chris Maury will demonstrate how the new app, Say Shopping, makes using your iPhone to shop with a major retailer as simple as chatting with a friend. If you will be attending the 75th annual convention of the National Federation of the Blind, you can also find Chris giving demos in the Target Stores booth, B43-44, as well as the Elegant Insights Braille Creations booth, C6. Download the app free from the app store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sayshopping/id969106932?ls=1&mt=8 . To read more about our guest, go to the Accessible Insights Blog at http://accessibleinsights.info/blog/.
Welcome back to Fashionability, there are going to be some changes ahead over the next few months.
Fashionability is moving to a brand new home! After such an amazing response on audioboom we thought it was about high time we expand on Fashionability and embark on a new stage of our adventure.
The new domains have already been secured, the blog content is being relocated, and the audio media will soon be transferred over to our own RSS feed. While we have enjoyed using the AudioBoom platform, and appreciate all they have done to provide us with a simple way to reach our audience, they have also made some changes to their platform and terms of service that are in conflict with our goals. Please watch this space for more announcements as to our timetable, where you can find the new home of the podcast, and how you can listen without missing an episode. At some point, we will be requesting that you unsubscribe from the AudioBoom channel feed, and resubscribe to our new feed. We may still post to AudioBoom our monthly updates and other information, if we can do this without too much complication. But, we will keep you posted on our progress and we cannot wait to show you what we will be doing.
We are also working on getting a team of transcribers to help us to make the episodes into transcriptions for our hard of hearing listeners, so if you are or your know anyone who might be interested please contact either myself or Laura on firstname.lastname@example.org.
But, for now you can still follow us via the links below…
Welcome back to Fashionability, today Emily shares a scoop into her latest What are You Wearing instalment by talking about her outfit she wore to the Vision UK Conference 2015.
In this episode of Changing Perceptions, Laura interviews the founder of Runway of Dreams, a non-profit organization that collaborates with the fashion industry to adapt mainstream affordable clothing lines with wearable tech for people with disabilities. Be sure to follow them on Twitter at @RunwayOfDreams1 and contribute to their Indy GoGo campaign at http://bit.ly/1AwLzc4.
This third episode in our All That Glitters series on the Apple Watch answers your questions about color. Whether you are interested in the metal bands or the sport bands, you may be curious about the color options, especially if you have low or no vision, have trouble with color perception, or are just not sure which combination would suit you best. Keep those questions coming! Write to us at email@example.com with the words “Apple Watch question” in the subject line, and we’ll respond in the next episode.
Oh, good grief. I talked so long on the previous podcast, our audio hosting platform cut off the file at one hour. The Taking Time with the Apple Watch podcast, part 2, was one hour and 15 minutes! So, here is the final minutes, with a humble apology, and some important info to round out the previously posted part 2. Thank you for your understanding, and thanks for listening! This final 15 minutes covers adding and removing the watchbands, and my thoughts on some aspects that might prove frustrating for those with motor, coordination, or positional disabilities. Don’t forget to write to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, and we will be sure to get in touch, and even respond to your questions on an upcoming episode.Ta
Waiting for insights into the style profile of the Apple Watch? The focus is on fashion as Laura shares her observations about Apple’s latest offering. From her Apple store experience to detailed descriptions of the gadget, watchbands and accessories, along with tips on how to wear, which model to choose to best suit your lifestyle, and what to consider before making a buying decision, this All That Glitters series is packed with the details you need to know. Have a concern or question about the Apple Watch that you want to be sure we address? Write to email@example.com and type “Apple Watch question” in the subject line. Laura will answer your inquiries in upcoming segments. Be sure to check back for new episodes, as we thoroughly review the many choices available and additional news about the Apple Watch as the first devices begin shipping. Want more? Read my interview with Apple World Today Magazine: