Industry

Content Design: Learning about User Research

Our Content Specialist, Ben, describes what he’s learnt about User Research in the GOV.UK Content Design course

Industry, Team, Content, Insights

How to be Accessible on Facebook and Instagram

Facebook and Instagram attract billions of users on a monthly basis. But, what accessibility provisions does Facebook and Instagram have, and how can you utilise them?

Advice, Industry, Accessibility, Social media

Disproportionate burden – can you really deny responsibility for accessibility?

Disproportionate burden is a clause in the Public Sector Accessibility Regulations that allows organisations to claim they are burdened by making accessibility fixes. We investigate what disproportionate burden is, and why it may be an issue.

Advice, Industry, Accessibility

Your public-sector website is getting assessed for accessibility right now!

The Government Digital Services (GDS) are now starting to audit public sector websites to ensure they are accessible. Not being accessible could be breaching the Public Sector Accessibility Regulations. Is your public sector website accessible?

Local Gov, Accessibility, Government

Readability Scores – What they mean and how we audit content

We talk about clarity in written content a lot. It’s absolutely essential that you are able to communicate with your users effectively, making sure content is clear and easy to understand.

Industry

WCAG guidelines, the basic requirements of Web Accessibility

Digital marketing intern, Jonathon, discusses what the website content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) ask of web developers and content writers.

Industry, Accessibility

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