Dig’s accessibility consultants and partners write for our blog to share their knowledge and ideas, start conversations, and to learn.
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”
We talk a lot on our site about web accessibility and why it is important, but for many who do not have a disability or who haven’t come across the idea of web accessibility before it can be very confusing.Read more of “What is web accessibility – assistive technologies”
Mobile accessibility specialist, Jon Gibbins, will be delivering a half-day training course on “Accessibility Testing on Mobile Devices” at Simple Usability in Leeds on Tuesday, 17 June, from 9am to 1pm. The course will …Read more of “Mobile accessibility course, 17 June”
What excites me about the world of assistive technology is the innovative use of technology to help people access all sorts of things, from online services to composing music. In recent years I’ve found myself focusing on mobile t…Read more of “Apple continues to innovate with iOS 7”