How a smartphone keyboard changed a person’s life

Thanks to a new Swiss-made hexagonal smartphone keyboard, a former homeless person with severely deformed hands was able to rebuild his life after discovering a new form of communication.

Russ Miller, 36, of Ohio, was first diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease, at the age of 26. This disease attacks the body’s joints, making daily tasks increasingly difficult.

Russ believes that the Typewise smartphone keypad allows him to “come back to life”, allowing him to communicate with people, to get help, to rent an apartment and even to find a job.

Original News: Typewise

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