6 ways public sectors can communicate critical information to their diverse community


With all the challenges this year has brought, it has never been more important for public sectors to effectively communicate with citizens. Although this may seem like a simple problem that has a simple solution, it is anything but. With such a diverse community, it is important that solutions are able to be reached by everyone regardless of their access to luxuries like technology.

To create more effective solutions, we sat down with six experts and asked them to weigh in. Keep reading to learn about their innovative ideas!

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12 ways the workforce will change


In the past few months, the workforce has flipped on its head. One thing is for sure - the future of the workplace and workforce will be changing. 

So, what changes and developments will stick around? Twelve thought leaders weigh in on how they think the workforce will change once we’re back to normal.

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9 things digital marketers need to know about web accessibility


It is often said that the world around us is what disables people that are differently abled - and the sad fact is that this is often true, especially when it comes to the digital world.

When a physical space opens up to the public, we think about the accessibility for wheelchair-users and parents with prams. We do the same when planning internal layouts, to make sure customers and service users can make their way around easily and independently. We’re even addressing ways to make public situations more comfortable for our neurodiverse community, for example reducing sensory stimulation for people with Autism - and that's amazing! But what about these considerations for web accessibility?

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What is the EU Web Accessibility Directive?


There’s no doubt the internet plays a significant, and growing, part in the way we live. We book flights online, secure hotel reservations, apply for jobs, do banking, make doctor’s appointments and research the web for offers and information that is relevant to us.  But there’s still a huge number of people in the EU unable to do this due to inaccessible websites. 

With the deadline for compliance with the EU Web Accessibility Directive fast approaching, are you ready?

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Free Browsealoud access to support essential COVID-19 communications


In this time of increasing uncertainty and change, web accessibility is more important than ever. As we’ve said before, digital inclusion is something that should be on everybody’s mind, and as social distancing measures come into effect, the ability for everyone to be able to access goods and services online is becoming more crucial everyday. That's why we're offering you our web accessibility tool, Browsealoud, free for 90 days - to help you support your online customers.

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