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Ensuring user experience takes the centre stage for Palace Theatre Newark


Accessibility, Development, Taxonomy, Web design, Terminalfour

The need for digital accessibility on ecommerce websites this Black Friday

Online shopping has never been so popular and has become an essential part of our everyday lives. With billions of people now choosing to buy items online, the need for businesses to prioritise digital accessibility is paramount.


Advice, Digital Accessibility Matters, E-commerce

What’s new in Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2

Last month, a series of new additions were announced to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). This blog explores what you need to implement to remain compliant with web standards under WCAG version 2.2.


Advice, Digital Accessibility Matters, Accessibility

Ways to make your website accessible for those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

If your web pages aren’t structured in a certain way, it can cause accessibility barriers for those with ADHD. This may mean that they won’t stay on your site for very long and may not return.


Awareness days, Accessibility

Accessible website design for blind users and people with low vision

The most effective ways to help improve accessibility for users with sight loss, starts with considering the point of view of a disabled user and implementing inclusive design on your site.


Awareness days, Digital Accessibility Matters, Accessibility, Blind, Partially sighted

Accessible web development for The Employer’s Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei)


Accessibility, Brand design, Design, Development, Taxonomy, Web design, Charity, Wordpress

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. 


Awareness days, Digital Accessibility Matters, Accessibility

How to use emojis and hashtags in an accessible way

Everyone loves the use of a good emoji. However, did you know that if they aren’t used in the correct way, they can cause cognitive overload for some users and become an accessibility nightmare for blind people or those with low vision? Similarly, as useful as hashtags are as an outreach tool, there are best practices to make sure they are inclusive for everyone to interact with.


Advice, Accessibility

Writing and using hyperlinks to aid with digital accessibility 

Hyperlinks are found on every web page across the internet and are one of the most basic, yet most important, aspects of web accessibility.



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