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HeX interactive empathy lab experience raises awareness on digital accessibility

Through the use of interactive devices, HeX’s hands-on empathy lab simulates the effects of online barriers. Raising awareness on the crucial need to remove them from digital platforms.

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Industry, Accessibility, Training

University of Nottingham accessibility audit testing and statement creation

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Accessibility, Education

HeX expertise is now available on G-Cloud 13

Having worked with numerous public sector organisations in the past, our commitment to supplying a quality service for everyone has been proved. HeX has been approved as a Crown Commercial Service supplier, being included on the Government’s G-Cloud 13. 

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Industry, Charity, Education, Government, Health and social care, Local Gov, Services

End-to-end accessibility solution for Newark & Sherwood District Council   

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Local Gov, Accessibility, Development, Taxonomy, Web design

Accessible mental health & wellbeing support for health, emergency service, and social care workers

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Accessibility, Brand design, Content, Design, Development, Maintenance, Web design, Health and social care

How to create accessible video content

There are a lot of things you need to consider to make your video accessible. Additions such as audio description, accessible video formats, captions, transcriptions, and even colours and fonts. This blog will look into ways you can make your video content accessible for all.

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Advice, Accessibility

What is inclusive web design?

Inclusive design means creating websites, applications, browsers, tools, and every other digital product in a way that ensures all users receive an equal experience.

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Advice, Accessibility, Design

Setting the record straight: A guide to accessibility overlays

If you’re thinking about building an accessible website, or you’re looking for best accessibility practices, there’s a strong likelihood that you’ve come across the use of accessibility toolbars. These are also known as ‘accessibility overlays’. In this guide we look into whether they are good or bad for accessibility on websites.

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Industry, Accessibility, Development, Web design

Queen Mary University of London audit testing and accessibility training 

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Accessibility, Education

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