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Accessibility

Zara Explains: Accessibility Audit – Is User Testing Necessary?

Accessibility Director, Zara Gemmell, talks about user testing and provides resources to explain why user testing with a range of abilities is important.

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Advice, Team, Accessibility

Zara Explains: Accessibility audits and Accessibility Statements

Accessibility Director, Zara Gemmell, explains as briefly as possible, the process of carrying out an accessibility audit for our public sector clients.

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Local Gov, Team, Accessibility

How to Create Accessible Facebook Posts

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?

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Advice, Industry, Accessibility, Social media

Terminalfour Accessibility Training

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Accessibility

How To Make Your Tweets more Accessible

Twitter is used by hundreds of millions worldwide. Some of those are disabled users. What accessibility provisions does Twitter have, and how can you utilise them.

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Accessibility, Social media

South Lakeland District Council – User testing in an accessibility audit to produce a compliant Accessibility Statement

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Communications, Local Gov, Accessibility, Government

Accessibility on Social Media

Social media is vital for any organisation to communicate with their users. But are you communicating in the most inclusive way? And, how accessible are the top social platforms in the UK?

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Advice, Awareness days, 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.

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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?

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Local Gov, Accessibility, Government

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