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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

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

Helping NUH Life give the gift of life through accessible information

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Accessibility, Development, Maintenance, Training, Web design

Accessible web development for Queen Mary University of London Alumni

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Accessibility, Development, Taxonomy, Web design, Education

Collinshallgreen website redesign and development

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Industry, Accessibility, Design, Development, Training, Web design

10 years supporting the UK’s leading mental health charity, Together

On World Mental Health Day we celebrate our journey in enabling accessible mental health resources for everyone to get the support that they may need.

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Awareness days, Industry, Charity, Accessibility, Design, Development, Maintenance, Training

Creating accessible mental health resources for the charity Together

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Accessibility, Design, Development, Intranet, Maintenance, Charity

How to Build an Autism-Friendly Website

More than 700,000 in the UK alone are autistic, which is more than 1 in 100. Making sure your website is designed with this users in mind not only increases usability for them, but across the board.

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Web Wonders, Accessibility, Content, Development, Web design

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