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Welcome to Accessibility Nottingham

Thank you all for coming to our event.

It’s great to see you all getting involved in a meet-up that’s for everyone.  If I start sounding like a preacher please tell me, I don’t want to put anyone off coming.  But I will say, that we all gather together because we want to make a difference to the world and I truly believe that together we can.

Advice, News and views, Events, Insights, Accessibility

The ‘Purple Pound’ – how your online store can benefit

Today, the 13th November 2018, marks Purple Tuesday, a UK-wide event that is promoting accessible shopping, established to recognise the needs of disabled people in the UK and ensure that their shopping experience, online or offline, is as inclusive as possible.

Advice, News and views, Insights, Accessibility, Content, Development, E-commerce, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Web design, Commerce

“Why do I need social media, again?”

The roots of social media stretch far deeper than you can possibly imagine. Despite it seeming a relatively recent phenomenon, sites like Facebook and Twitter are the logical outcome of centuries worth of social development among the human population.

Advice, News and views, Insights, Social media

Deaf Awareness Training with Memnos Costi

Last month, the HeX Productions team organised a D/deaf awareness training course in conjunction with Director of ablemedia and Deaf Awareness Trainer/British Sign Language translator, Memnos Costi.

Advice, News and views, Events, Insights, Accessibility

HeX Productions at London Accessibility

Carrying on the ‘HeX World Tour’, our Creative Director, James, went down to the London Accessibility Meetup on 23 August to talk about how the community can help local authorities when it comes to accessibility.

Advice, Industry, Government, Local Gov, News and views, Events, Insights, Accessibility, Content, Development

Accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing

In the UK, around 9 million people are deaf or hard of hearing and according to the British Deaf Association, more than 151,000 people around the country use British Sign Language (BSL) at home to communicate with others.

Advice, Industry, News and views, Insights, Accessibility, Development

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