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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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Shaw Trust a11y Aug 17
We've got an amazing and dedicated team of web accessibility testers on hand to run through your website. Find out more about them here:
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Shaw Trust a11y Aug 17
We're with at tomorrow - our blind tester, Alan, will be giving a live demonstration using a screen reader of an inaccessible website and a very good accessible website! If you're there, make sure you check it out! (Photo Credit: )
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Shaw Trust a11y Aug 16
Know that you should be but not sure how accessible you are? Take advantage of our FREE Accessibility snapshot:
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Shaw Trust a11y Aug 15
Digital inclusivity is an important part of business. You could be excluding more than 20% of your customers by not making your website to those who have a learning impairment or disability. We have loads of helpful hints and tips:
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Shaw Trust a11y Jul 4
Another fantastic remote BSL session provided by
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Shaw Trust Jun 4
"Hi, I’m Lee and I would like to tell you my story and share with you how Shaw Trust helped me get my life back on track in two very special ways":
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HeX Productions Jun 4
Low vision web users: Which do you prefer? ()
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Mark Wilcock Jun 4
: It’s a practice, not a feature.
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Ahmed Khalifa May 26
Loving the messages by on making sure that you think about accessibility when doing anything online. It will make my life easier, amongst many others who are worse off.
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Scope May 22
Nearly half the British public don't even know how many disabled people there are. Do you?* Our new report The Disability highlights the gulf between public awareness and daily reality for many disabled people *14 million
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Tobii Dynavox May 28
Remember Lee Ridley (aka Lost Voice Guy) – the comedian who uses AAC to communicate? He's made it to the semi-finals of and we're super proud of him. We're rooting for you, Lee! Watch the hilarious audition:
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Neil Milliken May 28
You can follow WCAG to AA & still exclude a very large segment of society so consult your users
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Antonio Vieira Santos 💙  #LookOutTrends May 29
“Accessibility is not a feature, is a social trend.” ― via
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Shaw Trust a11y May 31
Finally getting back to normal after an amazing Word Camp in Belfast, introducing the concept of easy accessible inclusion. If anyone would like a free accessibility snapshot, please get in touch :)
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Neil Hainsworth May 27
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Shaw Trust a11y May 27
Help Scope formulate a response to the Governments 'Modernising Consumer Markets' Green paper
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Zara Gemmell May 27
Google has started indexing mobile first. Is your website mobile responsive? Your site will be overlooked and you will lose you ranking if you don't address this!!!
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Shaw Trust a11y May 27
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James Hall May 27
If you want to take a look at the difference the two websites we demonstrated at you can visit: - -
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Christine Watson DipM MCIM Chartered Marketer May 26
Really impactful demo at by for to show how impossible or frustrating website accessibility is for 1 in 5 Have you audited your website for accessibility? Do you describe your photos and buttons and use headlines? You should!
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