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Accessibility Services is a charitable enterprise, specialising in digital accessibility, training, media services & consultancy. Contact us for info today.
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Holly Dec 11
I still feel very honoured to be on the 2018 List! Nominations are now open for the 2019 list! Who do you think deserves to be named as one of the UK’s most influential disabled people? Nominate them here:
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 8
Proud to be attending on Monday. Excited to hear from from giving a talk on neurodiversity. Will be great to talk with fellow advocates for accessibility.
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 7
Some great Dos and Donts posters made by the when it comes to making digital services accessible.
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Great to see our partners embracing
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
In the UK, only 41% of disabled people use the Internet. Perhaps this is because much of the web is just not accessible?
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Over 30 different options are available to filter search results on the new Access Guides website and mobile app. A truly customisable experience
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Refreshing to hear that are Fully committed to
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Replying to @AccessAbleUK
Engaging with and getting feedback from real people is key to real , not just ticking a box but providing services that are welcoming and usable by people with access needs
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Inspirational speech from "Accessibility details are as important to advertise as opening times"
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 6
Great to be supporting the team on their digital accessibility journey
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Shaw Trust a11y retweeted
24 Accessibility Nov 30
"The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect." —
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 3
It's great to be able to offer a fully inclusive service, from testing all the way through to development with the guys at 😃
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Jamie and Lion Dec 3
BBC nuerodiversity focused team has found that removing barriers for one group has tended to benefit everyone. Barriers are a design flaw. Diverse teams create less of them as closer to realistic use cases.
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Shaw Trust a11y Dec 3
As we go purple today for , we also launch the - a celebration of the top 100 most influential disabled people. You can nominate somebody you think should be on the next list in 2019 using the link in the tweet below 👇
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Shaw Trust a11y Nov 28
So proud that will be going purple for ! Celebrating the contribution of all the amazing disabled people that we all work/interact with on a daily basis. Find out what from ST had to say about the campaign:
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Shaw Trust a11y Nov 22
We’ll be on from 2:15pm in the Wentworth room. Make sure you’re there if want to know more on how we used to access digital sales and marketing without needing more resources! Presented by Mark from 👇and our own Graham Rees-Evans
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Shaw Trust a11y Nov 21
Tomorrow we'll be at by speaking about how we moved into the world of digital sales and marketing using CommuniGator! And how we created a bigger sales pipeline without needing more resources! See you there!
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Shaw Trust a11y Nov 17
More than 800,000 people in the UK are severely or profoundly . 50,000 of those people use British Sign Language () as their preferred method of communication - that's 50,000 who might not be able to read your website content unless you provide BSL interpretation!
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Shaw Trust a11y retweeted
Scope Nov 16
Me: Standing with my guide dog and looking at my phone. Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Don't say it Other person: "Are you pretending to be blind?"
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St Albans Council Nov 13
Purple Tuesday: the UKs Accessible Shopping Day. Nearly one in every five people in the UK has a disability. Their spending power – the Purple Pound – is £249 billion. Purple Tuesday hopes to inspire businesses to improve the disabled customer experience:
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