Writing and structuring content for people with dyslexia  

With 1 out of 10 people being dyslexic, it’s important to consider the way we both write and present our digital content in order for it to be inclusive. This blog presents simple fixes that you can make to your web pages to aid with accessibility.

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Enabling digital inclusion for older people

Today, there are almost 11 million people aged 65 and over, that’s 19% of the total population and this figure is set to rapidly increase over the next few years. Though many older people are confident in using digital technology, there may be others that need a helping hand in accessing the vital information and services that the internet can offer. 

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Accessible web design for people living with dementia or have problems with their memory

With the internet being an indispensable resource, many people turn to online tools, resources and support when they are concerned about their memory or to seek advice with their diagnosis. This, along with continuing to use everyday services that they are familiar with. So, it is crucial that digital platforms are simplistic to navigate and easy to understand.

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How to support Deaf people in the digital world

Around the world, millions of deaf people still lack access to their basic human rights when online. Small changes you make to your digital content can give back independence back to your users and allow them to access your information and services.

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A guide to accessible content for communication experts

Often, when people hear the term ‘digital accessibility’, they think of it purely as a web developer’s responsibility. An assumption that is very wrong. Even if a platform is built to be accessible, it’s the upkeep of online content, whether through blogs, news announcements, digital documents, or general updates, that ensures a platform remains accessible.

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Enhancing Digital Accessibility For Users With Colour Blindness

The design of digital platforms for people who are colour blind is often overlooked, even though 4.5% of the population need adjustments to be able to interact with online content. This blog looks into ways to use inclusive colours to enable digital accessibility.

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A Guide to Writing Effective Alt Text for Image Accessibility

You’ve probably heard the terminology alternative text used when looking into digital accessibility, but do you know the best inclusive practices on how to use and write it? If not, then this blog will talk you through all you need to create accessible image descriptions and how to add alt text to your digital content.

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