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Social media 7th December 2020

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.

Colour 23rd October 2019

Further accessibility resources

Web accessibility resources to help developers, designers and content creators build inclusive design best practices into their work.

Content writing 7th October 2019

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.

Social media 17th September 2019

How to make your Facebook business page more accessible

This article talks about how businesses, social media managers, influencers and publishers can make their Facebook presence more inclusive.

Web design 11th September 2019

How accessible is the online world and what needs to change? | Elin Williams

As a blind/visually impaired person, I’ve always been quite reliant on technology in order to make things more accessible to me. But, I’ve recently been thinking about how accessible the online world actually is, particularly social media. What needs to change in order to better the accessibility and user experience for those of us who are visually impaired?

Social media 6th September 2019

How to make your Twitter feed more accessible

Tips for tweeting in a way that's more accessible for people who are deaf, blind, visually impaired and screen reader users.

Content management 3rd September 2019

How to make your GIFs accessible with the AX GIF plugin

GIFs have become an important part of internet pop culture. More and more online publishers from Buzzfeed to Cosmopolitan rely on GIFs to fill their articles. But what many content creators and online publishers are unaware of is that screen readers can't understand them.