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Disabled voices 14th April 2021

Accessibility and disability: facts and figures

Research and statistics into disability, accessibility and the spending power of disabled people.

Disabled voices 25th March 2021

Disabled bloggers to follow in 2021

Understanding accessibility means understanding disabled experiences. And the more you learn about different disabled experiences, the more likely you are to design inclusively.

Disabled voices 18th March 2020

University must be more accessible to disabled students, technology can help | Chloe Tear

"The more my sight decreased, the harder my university work became."

Inclusive design 26th February 2020

Online ticketing platforms “not designed to accommodate me” for live events

Sarah, a guest contributor for Access For Us, talks about her experiences booking and attending live events and concerts as a disabled fan.

Inclusive design 5th February 2020

How captioning makes the world a more inclusive place | Matthew Johnston

Subtitles and live captions benefit us all. It's time for more services to adopt this ever-improving technology.

Inclusive design 6th January 2020

A year of accessibility achievements in the video gaming industry | Vivek Gohil

We look at all the accessibility milestones from the gaming industry in the last year and what it means for the future of disabled gamers.

Inclusive design 4th December 2019

“It’s not easy for me, but it’s doable” Henry Fraser on accessibility and booking online

In an exclusive interview, we spoke to Henry Fraser about how he uses digital technology to work, socialise and organise his life, and how it can let him down.

Inclusive design 25th November 2019

What it’s like using online fashion retailers as a visually impaired person | Elin Williams

We asked visually impaired lifestyle blogger Elin about her experiences shopping for clothes, fashion and beauty products online.

Service design 29th October 2019

Complaints guide for encountering online accessibility barriers

Paul Smyth offers guidance and advice on how to raise a complaint about accessibility. Learn how to provide feedback when encountering online barriers.

UX 19th September 2019

The iPhone accessibility features and apps that help me navigate the world | Glen Turner

Glen, visually impaired blogger and YouTuber based in London, posts about his experiences as a disabled person. In this post, originally published on his blog Well Eye Never, he talks about the iPhone apps and features that help him navigate the world.