Lately I’ve been working on switch control for the iPad and other iOS devices – and trying to teach clients the system can be tricky. In particular, we were lacking a guide to Switch Control which provided a full picture of the complexity of each of the screens.
Switch Control in iOS is certainly a powerful tool, but naturally comes with it’s own set of challenges. If you take care in your initial set up, it can make a huge difference to your experience.
I’ve put together a guide to iOS Switch Access which covers the following areas:
1) Settings/Set Up
2) Guide to the main menu (with screenshots)
3) Icon dictionary
4) Hierarchy of Main Menu
Access the PDF here: iOS Switch Access Guide
I’ll be working on updating it over the coming months – and would love to incorporate any suggestions you might have! Send me an email by clicking firstname.lastname@example.org or head over to our Contact page to send a note through the website!
**UPDATE** June 2, 2014: I’ve updated the Switch Control guide for a few inconsistencies. As a reminder – if you have any questions or suggestions, please let me know!