Baseball Gamer Becomes Accessibility Consultant

We were very pleased to see our friends at the The Able Gamers Foundation get a heads up in the New York Times!

They feature in a story about Hans Smith, a baseball fan with Cerebral Palsy, who has help a software team design a more easily modified game for people with disabilities.

Hans was invited by the design team invited to its studio in San Diego, where he sat in on meetings, and was asked for ideas to make the game more accessible. He became an accessibility advisor to the 70-member design team.

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About the Author


I am MD of Trabasack, an award winning company I co-founded 3 years ago. Trabasack is a lap tray and bag that is useful for everyone providing a level work and play surface wherever you need one.

Trabasack also promotes social inclusion for people with disabilities and because of its 'Design for All' accessibility, I won a Level 2 Award from UnLtd the charity for social entrepreneurs.

I am a dad of two and carer for my son with Dravet Syndrome. Interests include disability advocacy, accessible gaming, social media for business, cider making and neglecting an allotment.
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