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Accessibility

HeX Productions Appearance at Atos Webinar for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020

The HeX team will be appearing on the Atos Webinar for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020

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Awareness days, News, Team, Accessibility

University of Winchester Intranet – Accessibility Audit and Statement

HeX were key partners in the auditing of University of Winchester’s intranet system, and the creation of an accompanying accessibility statement.

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Accessibility, Intranet, Education

#IWD2020: A Chat With our Accessibility Director

With a focus on #EachForEqual for this years’ #IWD2020, we thought it’d be a great chance to chat to our Accessibility Director, Zara, about the industry and what her journey entailed.

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Advice, Awareness days, Team, Accessibility

Rushcliffe Borough Council – Accessibility support and accreditation

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Local Gov, Accessibility, Government

Q&A: Zara Gemmell, Accessibility Director

In our Q&A with our Accessibility Director, Zara, we find out all about what her views on our services are, and where she positions HeX in a competitive digital market.

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Advice, Team, Accessibility

Shaw Trust Accessibility Services – Accessibility Partnership

HeX Productions and Shaw Trust Accessibility Services join forces to creat an end-to-end accessibility services, incorporating user testing, design, development, training and consultancy. All in one.

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Accessibility

Top Retailers’ Websites Are Still Inaccessible

Revealed: The largest online giants who are still inaccessible to disabled people.

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Accessibility, E-commerce

11 Web Accessibility Myths

We’ve heard it all before. Whether you’re a sceptic, a newbie, or an advocate – you’ve probably got some preconceptions about accessibility. So here’s the top 11 Web Accessibility Myths: Busted.

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Team, Accessibility

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.

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Industry, Accessibility

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