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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Web Accessibility or Internet Accessibility? Which did you mean?

We often refer to the Web and the Internet as interchangeable words. This isn't correct and becomes confusing when you add accessibility into the equation. This article explains the differences: web-accessibility-internet-which-did-you-mean

Thursday, 24 November 2016

Hueyify was selected as the top 5 finalists in Australia for the Chivas – The Venture.

I am proud and humbled that Hueyify® was selected as the top 5 finalists in Australia for the Chivas – The Venture. The Venture is Chivas Regal’s global search to find and support the most promising social entrepreneurs who want to succeed whilst making a positive impact on the lives of others.

Founder of Hueyify - Kenneth Springer pitching about the Hueyify Enterprise (business with a social impact) in Sydney. Hueyify provides the innovation that simplifies the Web with Preferences, Control & Personalisation: The World Wide Web — Your Way:

Kenneth with Michael Klim, The Venture Ambassador, CEO & Co-Founder of Milk & Co. (as well being the undisputed stars of Australia in swimming, winning 8 gold medals and several silver and bronze medals in Federation and Olympic level).

Kenneth with Justin Hemmes, CEO of Merivale Group.

Kenneth with Andrew Higginbotham, Marketing Manager at Pernod Ricard heeding Andrew's advice about "having fun".

Kenneth having a good chat with Michele Goldman, CEO of School for Social Entrepreneurs.

Group photo of the top 5 finalist in Australia for the Chivas – The Venture with the Venture Ambassador Michael Klim.

Chivas – The Venture (AUSTRALIA).

Friday, 4 November 2016

Technology that Empowers – Artificial intelligence (AI) and Accessibility

The picture below whilst appears to be "corny" - it explains exactly my sediment towards those living with disabilities, AI and machines. Technology truly has the power to change lives especially those living with disabilities and offering a different route in life that would otherwise not have been.

Picture depicts a robot and blind boy holding a cane holding illustrating a shared team effort victory win

But the reality of the world we live in today is that we are surrounded by Artificial intelligence (AI) and we use it every day.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has great potential to push technology to assist those with disabilities even further. Offering the empowerment and ecosystem that pushes beyond the current physical barriers that tends to limit those with disabilities.

Technology in this realm is improving and beginning to make more of an impact in our everyday lives. Some of our well-known pioneers such as Elon Musk, Steven Hawking, and Bill Gates have already expressed concerns towards AI and the future with this kind of technology. They fear the future as the rapid growth of technology poses the risks of humans one day not being able to control their AI creations and the decisions they make. There are also grey areas about the success rate of putting moral and ethical decisions in the hands of AI or robots. Will they make the "right choice" in any given situation?

AI is already helping those with disabilities

Today, people with disabilities have discovered limitless possibilities for how they use the technology available to them from using it to write their papers or take notes in school, to importing their calendars with their important appointments across all their devices, to having their iPhone read everything that's happening on their device to them and more. Most people have a collection of apps that help them organise their life that incorporates AI.

AI and web accessibility

Through our research into accessibility it becomes quickly apparent that accessibility means different things to different people. The ideology of having a standard that becomes a one “fit for all” seems unlikely the deeper we research. This becomes more evident when accepting that everyone has different ideas as to what works well and what does not. Especially when factoring in that it’s human nature to have preferences and choices in everything we do.

We need ways that can automatically "measure accessibility" for each individual and then instantly apply the metrics learned to form solutions that alter information and the way we interact with information online such that content is tailored on a user-by-user basis. This is exactly the goal and concept of WoDifier (

Visit the WoDifier website to learn more about our platform.

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Friday, 7 October 2016

Hueyify's Technologies now has International Patent-Applied-For (PCT/AU2016/050860)

Hueyify® is pleased to announce that the technologies behind Hueyify has been filed for an international patent-applied-for (PCT/AU2016/050860) - "SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING A PERSONALISED REACTIVE WEB EXPERIENCE".

Friday, 5 August 2016

Good article on uncovering some Accessibility Challenges

What an interesting article in terms of accessibility progress in India especially surrounding the web, identifying the hurdles, pitfalls and challenges needed to overcome to make an impact.

An India where the Disabled have a choice

For some of the accessibility issues it is clear that Hueyify is thinking differently. We believe that by putting the power of preferences, control and personalisation into the Internet and instantly delivering web content on a user-by-user basis in effect solves accessibility.

Everyone has different ideas as to what exactly defines accessibility. There is no one-fit-for-all generalised solution can be achieved because it is human nature to be different and an individual. What works well for one may not work well for another.

Hueyify online platform that makes all this happen will be released via and we are excited about the platform making an impact in this realm.

About the Author

This blog post was written by:
Kenneth Springer
Hueyify® and Internet of DOTS Founder | Thought leader for the next era of Web browsing