Last week we posted an article Does accessibility legislation work?, prompted by the US Department of Transport which had delayed its deadline for travel providers to be WCAG compliant from December 2015 until March 2016. In a fu…Read more of “US Department of Justice delays web accessibility guidelines”
Dig’s accessibility consultants and partners write for our blog to share their knowledge and ideas, start conversations, and to learn.
I recently read an article by Armando Roggio about the absence of clear US government regulation, which argues that the lack of clarity on what constitutes an accessible website actually leads to web accessibility lawsuits. Arman…Read more of “Does accessibility legislation work?”
For the 3rd annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day on 21 May 2015, Citizens Online collaborated with Dig Inclusion, the Digital Accessibility Centre and members of the Fix the Web steering group to create a video about digital…Read more of “Make Technology Work For All! Accessibility tips video”
It’s one month until Global Accessibility Awareness Day. On 21st May 2015 we will be celebrating all things accessible, and hopefully, raising awareness! We’ve teamed up with Citizens Online to create a short film on acces…Read more of “Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)”
Citizens Online is a national charity that believes participation in the digital world is a basic human right. As a result it is committed to promoting digital inclusion. At Dig we are pleased to have had the opportunity of worki…Read more of “Citizens Online report calls for digital accessibility”
This last week, social media has been taken by storm over #ThatDress, a phenomenon that is dividing tweeps and facebookers – is the dress white and gold, or black and blue? There’s nothing new about the science of colour and ho…Read more of “Colour contrast and That Dress!”