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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.

Web development 2nd December 2019

11 web accessibility myths debunked

We’ve heard it all before. Whether you’re a sceptic, a newbie, or an advocate – you’ve probably got some preconceptions about accessibility. Digital creative agency (and accessibility champions) HeX Productions explain 11 common web accessibility myths.

Inclusive design 26th November 2019

Online accessibility: The Big Hack survey feedback so far

We developed The Big Hack Reporting Tool to gather feedback from disabled people on how accessible the online world actually is. This article shares some of the feedback we have already received from survey respondents.

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.

Inclusive design 19th November 2019

The business case for inclusive design: The Big Hack study findings

Our latest study looks at how much businesses are missing out by not developing accessible websites, apps and products. This study was sponsored by Barclays.

Web development 23rd September 2019

5 most common website accessibility failings, according to the WebAIM Million analysis

The WebAIM Million is an accessibility analysis of homepages from the top 1,000,000 websites, first carried out in February 2019. A second analysis, published in August, suggests that disabled people are excluded in the current state of online accessibility.

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.

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?

Inclusive design 3rd September 2019

Why Android 10’s Live Caption feature is an accessibility win

For people who are deaf or hard of hearing, Android 10's Live Caption feature is a real game-changer. Captions can now be automated in almost any app, with any video media that's playing. But it's not just those who are hard of hearing who benefit.