Day 19 of our advent calendar countdown and today we are looking at Boots ‘ShowThemYouKnowThem’ but do Boots know their customers and what they need? To see any of the previous reviews that you might have missed head ove…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Boots”
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Monday 17th December – the kids are all looking forward to finishing school this week, and us grown ups are still hard at it. So treat yourself to a hot drink and warm yourself with a childhood character, Paddington bear in toda…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Marks and Spencer”
Today is the 15th December and our 15th review, it’s also National Christmas Jumper day for Save The Children, we hope by the end of the review you’ll be feeling festive and charitable so please do head over to Save the C…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Not On The High Street”
Day 13 of our Christmas advert countdown, today we’re looking at Amazon – Give a little love. Captions There are captions on this video, The Amazon singing parcels are fully captioned allowing a deaf person to see the so…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Amazon”
It is the twelfth of December and we’re halfway through our advent countdown – I have already nibbled my way through far too many Christmas treats and replaced the chocolates on the tree. Make yourself a drink and get c…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Coca-Cola”
Day 11 of our Christmas advert accessibility reviews, and today we are looking at the Debenhams advert, “Cinderella”. Have the marketing team thought about accessibility so that everyone can enjoy the all-star cast of t…Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: Debenhams”
The 10th December, and the 10th of our Christmas advert accessibility reviews. If you haven’t caught up on previous days, don’t fear – they can all be found in our introductory article. Today we are reviewing John …Read more of “Christmas ad accessibility: John Lewis”