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#iACast 71 Getting Started with Web Design

On this episode of the iA Cast, Aleeha, Michael, and Scott discuss the following topics.

  • Updates after HomePod unboxing. Everyone wants one.
  • We discuss the Aira Super Bowl description through YouTube and the conference call
  • Web design and development is a career accessible to everyone. During this episode, we talk about how to get started.
    • Buying a domain is the first place to start. Some good domain registrars are, and
    • Hosting is the next option to consider. We discussed BlueHost, GoDaddy, and Linode
    • You can code a website by hand using text editors like notepad, Notepad++ or CotEditor for Mac. These all work with screen readers. There are others like Visual Studio, Xcode, and others.
    • Another method providing a website is through a content management system like WordPress or Drupal.
    • There are other services that provide all of these options like Wix, and SqureSpace, but is the most accessible of the options.

iAccessibility offers training Services if you would like to learn to build a website by hand. Check our services page for more information.

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#iACast UnboxCast 17: Apple HomePod

On this episode of the iA UnboxCast, Allison Hartley, Aleeha Dudley, Meaghan Hargrave, Jason Earls, and Michael Doise unbox the Apple HomePod. You won’t want to miss this amazing episode of the UnboxCast!

Let us know what you think of the HomePod with the #iACast hashtag, or by emailing

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#iACast 70: Not A Very Smart Speaker

On this episode of the iA cast, Aleeha, Jason, and Michael talk about the following news topics.

We also discuss some topics related to iAccessibility since this is episode 70.

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#iACast 69: HomePod and Importance of Braille

In this episode, Aleeha Jason, Matt, and Michael discuss the latest news concerning the Apple HomePod, and the importance of learning Braille to improve literacy skills and to support the use of technology.