Why WordPress is perfect for your next website

There are many website builders available, however, WordPress is the world’s most popular choice. In fact, around 42% of the internet uses WordPress over other Content Management Systems (CMS). This blog looks into why this is the case and ways it can improve your website’s growth.

Accessibility, Web design, Wordpress

Accessibility and Colour Contrast: Why Does it Matter?

No matter what digital platform you look at, there are elements of colour found across an array of site features. Having sufficient colour contrast ratios, makes sure that everyone can perceive your information. In turn, giving equal access to your content.

Advice, Accessibility

Untangling a Web of Anxiety: A Digital Approach to Reduce Anxiety

In this blog, we are looking into ways that organisations can help to reduce these feelings for users online.

Awareness days, Accessibility

Painting a picture of Deaf experiences with Nottingham artist Zoe Milner

We recently caught up Deaf artist, Zoe Milner, to discuss the role that British Sign Language (BSL) has played in her life.

Awareness days, Deaf/HOH

Deaf Awareness: Access to Communication

A greater awareness and heightened understanding needs to be raised about the challenges that the Deaf community faces when accessing communication in person and online.

Awareness days, Accessibility, Deaf/HOH

A guide to accessible typography

Online content consumption is soaring, due to people spending more time on their digital devices than ever before. Text makes up a very large portion of this content, so the need for this to be accessible is crucial.

Advice, Education For All, Accessibility, Design

Website Accessibility Checklist: A Beginner’s Guide

As an organisation you’ve most likely adapted your messaging and branding to stand out against your competitors. But, have you considered the digital accessibility of your platform to make sure that it is inclusive for all of your target audience? If not, your site users may go elsewhere.

Advice, Digital Accessibility Matters, Accessibility