Is your social media campaign accessible to everybody?
The covid-19 pandemic has forced everything online. Students study in virtual online classes. Workplaces are remote. Fundraising, social, political and marketing campaigns all continue as usual. Now relying on their online channels more than ever.
How to write better website content for people with dyslexia
Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that affects the skills a person uses to learn how to read and write. It's estimated up to 1 in every 10 people in the UK has some degree of dyslexia. Tailoring your writing to this audience makes your content more accessible to everyone.
How to improve your writing with plain English
Using plain English makes your writing more accessible. Follow these tips to upgrade your writing style and reach more people.
How to write better alt-text descriptions for accessibility
Adding alt-text to images is an important aspect of web accessibility. It allows people using screen readers to process images on a page. It includes visually impaired and blind users in the conversation.
10 ways to make your written content accessible | Life of a Blind Girl
Everyone has different levels of vision and people use a wide range of assistive technology, such as screen readers or magnification software. It’s important to make your content accessible to everyone. Blind blogger Holly shares her top 10 tips for making your written content accessible and inclusive.