Editor’s note: Here are some very useful posters on designing for accessibilty from the UK government’s Home Office. A number of access requirements are covered here and the posters are a great example of how to share information in a simple, graphic way.
Remote working and disabled employees – How a pandemic brought a long-standing issue to the forefront of the conversation
Editor’s note: Whilst working from home has benefited many disabled employees, employers need to reflect on what accessibility and inclusivity mean from here on. There is an opportunity to create new working practices that are more inclusive and accessible. Will organisations take it?
Editor’s note: A comprehensive list of tools to ensure your web offerings are accessible to all.
Editor’s note: Often overlooked, designing digital experiences that are accessible to all should be at the heart of learning design. Some great advice here.
Editor’s note: Some great tips here on making content more accessible from the UK government’s Home Office Digital team.
Editor’s note: How accessible is webinar software? This investigation assesses some of the main technologies and the findings are depressing.
Editor’s note: More myth busting today – this article looks at designing user experiences for older workers.
Editor’s note: Croatian designer Marko Dugonjić has created a site, using your computer’s webcam, that enables the on-screen text to change size according to where you are in relationship to the screen. Still in beta but worth keeping an eye on (excuse the pun).
Editor’s note: Maybe a slightly overstated headline but worthy of attention as iPads in particular are good for helping the visually impaired to be able to read text.