The AppleVis Editorial Team

Our team of editors at AppleVis work tirelessly to curate and maintain the site's content, ensuring that it is informative, accurate, and up-to-date. They are dedicated to providing the community with the latest news and developments in assistive technology for Apple products and related applications. They strive to maintain an editorial standard that is consistent with professional publications, and they are committed to ensuring that the site is a valuable resource for blind and low vision users.

However, as with any community-driven website, there may be instances where members misuse or abuse the platform. The editors are responsible for responding to such instances and taking appropriate action to maintain the integrity of the site. They are not here to play the role of "big brother," but to ensure that AppleVis remains a safe and enjoyable experience for all members of the community.

The AppleVis Editorial Team undertakes a wide range of tasks to improve the overall site experience for users. Some of these tasks include:

  • Keeping the community informed about news and events that are of particular interest and value to blind and low vision users of Apple products and related applications.
  • Reviewing, testing and posting new app entries, updates, guides, and podcasts on the website.
  • Reviewing and updating content on the website to ensure that it is accurate, complete, and up-to-date.
  • Moderating the community discussion and ensuring that the conversation stays on-topic and respectful.
  • Identifying and removing inappropriate content such as spam, vulgar language, and any sort of porn to maintain the integrity of the site.
  • Providing assistance to members who have questions or problems relating to their use of the AppleVis website.
  • Carrying out the many day-to-day tasks required to maintain and develop a large and popular website, such as managing the database, monitoring the server performance and troubleshoot technical issues as they arise.
  • Actively working to improve website's accessibility, responsive and overall design to make sure it is user-friendly.

These are just a few examples of the many tasks that the editors undertake to keep the site running smoothly and to improve the overall user experience.

It's important to note that the AppleVis Editorial Team is made up entirely of volunteers who are blind or low vision users of Apple products themselves. They do not receive any financial recompense for their work, and they have no affiliation with Apple. They are passionate about assistive technology and dedicated to making AppleVis the best it can be for the community.

AppleVis Editorial Team Members

  • David Goodwin
  • Thomas Domville
  • Michael Hansen
  • Scott Davert
  • Alex Hall
  • David Nason
  • Tyler Stephen