Take a gawk on the wild side

iPhone apps with intentional or serendipitous accessibility implications are probably multiplying faster than we could hope to keep up with. But we have to note Lou Zoom, which makes text in the iPhone address book larger and adds some neat functionality for accessing contact-specific information that could have cognitive as well as visual benefits. Plus, it was co-designed by Lou Reed, so now we think he’s sweet, too.

Wired: Lou Reed Designs iPhone App

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