Why accessibility overlays and widgets do not improve your website accessibility
Accessibility widgets and overlays claim to protect clients from accessibility lawsuits. Using accessibility overlays does not create an equal experience for disabled users.
Assistive technology devices: How disabled people use the web
A brief guide to the devices, software and equipment that disabled people use to navigate the web.
Heading structure and accessibility
Headings do more than simply change the appearance of your web page content. They are a fundamental part of web accessibility. Here's how to use them properly.
How to design accessible web forms
Forms are an essential part of most websites. They’re the main channel for users to sign up, buy products and contact your business. Here’s how you can make sure they are accessible to all your website visitors.
A message to web developers, from a screen reader user
Here are some points I wish all web developers could hear before building their next website.
How to organise an accessibility audit
An audit is the starting point in understanding how accessible your website or service is. Here's how to get it right.
How Freeview Play developed its new Accessible TV Guide
Finding something to watch should be easy and enjoyable. But for millions of disabled people in the UK it can be frustrating. Freeview’s new Accessible TV Guide gives viewers with accessibility needs a simpler interface to discover and find content on the service.
Best video on-demand streaming services for accessibility
Use this guide to compare the most popular on-demand services and find out which ones best suit your access needs.
6 web accessibility features that benefit more people than you think
There are 14 million disabled people in the UK, many who rely on website accessibility. But designing for disability results in designs that benefit everybody.