Dig’s accessibility consultants and partners write for our blog to share their knowledge and ideas, start conversations, and to learn.
The web accessibility guidelines are detailed, covering both physical and cognitive disabilities. However, there are some basic checks that anyone can run that may give an idea of the sorts of problems people may face. Keyboard …Read more of “What is web accessibility – simple desktop checks”
Today, I’m going to see how easily I can use the Tesco Hudl2 to order from the Tesco grocery app using TalkBack – this is by no means a complete accessibility assessment as any app should be accessible to a pan disabilit…Read more of “Tesco Hudl 2, part 3: the grocery app”
In much the same way as the Kindle is preloaded with Amazon products and services, Tesco have preloaded a range of their own applications, to add ease of access to services such as: Tesco apps – groceries, direct, clubcard, real fo…Read more of “Tesco Hudl 2, Part 2: the device”
As a digital inclusion professional, I have been fascinated with the Tesco Hudl since the launch of the original in 2013. Its affordability puts it within reach of many groups for whom digital inclusion might be a problem. The Hudl 2 w…Read more of “Tesco Hudl 2, Part 1: the in-store experience”
Smartphones and tablets have exploded onto the market. Unlike traditional desktop computers, where disabled users need to buy assistive technology, many smartphones and tablets now have in-built technology. Apple, without a doubt, l…Read more of “What is web accessibility – mobile guidelines”
If you’ve been asked to look at the different guidelines for web accessibility it can get very confusing, the World Wide Web is exactly that, World Wide, yet depending on where you are there are different guidelines you need to …Read more of “What is web accessibility – desktop guidelines”