a response to my dropbox support ticket about accessibility.

The following is the response posted to my support ticket e-mail to dropbox yesterday. From: David M. – Dropbox Support Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2013 12:28 AM To: Shane Davidson Subject: Dropbox Support – Re: interface changes do not always mean accessibility. ## IMPORTANT ## Text below this line won’t be added to the ticket … Read more

an open letter to dropbox, interface changes don't always mean it's accessible.

update: a response was received on March 14, 2013. as a longstanding user of dropbox, I’ve grown to love it, from it’s ease of use, to it’s support on so many platforms, windows, mac, android, and iphone. So when 2.0.0 was early released and put up as the perminant stable download I thought nothing of … Read more

a follow up to the post entitled: welcome to open communication, pizza pizza.

I posted 2 weeks ago a letter I mailed off to pizza pizza, regarding their inaccessible iphone app, it was a little blunt, but you’ll have that. Today, I received this in response. ——————————————————————————– From: Pizza Pizza App Customer Support [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 3:51 PM To: Shane Davidson Subject: RE: iphone app … Read more

and I finally get a response!

as I posted about way the hell over here back in february, the CRTC was and still is reviewing the usage based billing ruling. During that time, I had e-mailed my views via the same form that’s in the post I linked above, and finally, I have a response, form letter or not, here it … Read more

an open letter to wind mobile, gets sent for a second time. this time, from me, the actual customer.

I’ve previously linked to the original post that contains the letter regarding this issue in multiple other places on this blog. Take note that this post is dated october 10, 2010. As of October 29, 2010, I called wind mobile regarding their not being a response to the original letter. They provide me a ticket … Read more