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Loud and proud about web accessibility

Guest Blog – By Laura Clark from Dig inclusion Companies and organisations can’t wait to promote to us, their customers, and tell us what new and magical product or service they have. With the rise of social media organisations are having to develop a personality, so it feels as though they are our friend as they […]

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Blind Drunk!

Disability discrimination at the door People with disabilities have social lives, enjoying mainstream pubs, bars, clubs and gigs with friends. Whilst legislation has made more venues more accessible physically, some of the invisible barriers to entry still remain. We hear far too many stories of people with visual impairment being refused entry at the door; […]

Guest Blog – Web Accessibility = Visibility = Profitability

Web Accessibility = Visibility = Profitability As a screen reader user, having access to websites that cater for visually impaired users/customers is important. Why? There are several reasons; firstly, there are many types of visual impairment and the type of visual impairment can affect the way someone views a website.   Someone may have some useful […]

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A matter of White Canes

Created by the Americans, White Cane Day is now firmly embedded in the UK Disability Awareness calendar. Celebrated annually on October 15th, its aim is to increase public awareness, acknowledge and celebrate the abilities and achievements of people who are blind or visually impaired. I have a vision Far too often there’s still the misconception […]