Topic: web accessibility

Check out our web accessibility resources and guides

What is readability?

Readability is all about how easy or difficult it is to read something.  

Understanding WCAG

WCAG, or the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, explain how to make websites and applications accessible to people with disabilities. They set the international standard for web accessibility and are used worldwide by many. In fact, countries around the world use WCAG to measure compliance with accessibility legislation.

7 Effective tips for optimizing your accessible website

Learn why web accessibility is important. And gain 7 tips to help you optimize an accessible website.
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Accessibility Regulations: the mobile app deadline

In the run-up to the public sector mobile application accessibility deadline, learn more about how to make your app accessible.
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Accessibility is usability

In this guest blog, Clare from Content Design London, identifies the difference between accessibility and usability, and explains how they're linked.
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What is WCAG 2.1 and how do I make sense of the guidelines?

Discover more the WCAG guidelines and what they mean.
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Window shopping: drawing people in to your online store

As more and more vendors double down on a digital-first approach, people with accessibility needs such as visual impairments have struggled to As more and more vendors double down on a digital-first approach, people with accessibility needs such as visual impairments have struggled to access online services. To keep customers engaged and provide an inclusive approach for those shopping online, businesses need to focus on accessibility.  
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8 ways WCAG 3.0 will improve digital inclusion

See how you can improve digital inclusion. We asked tech experts and business leaders about the new WCAG 3.0 and how it will help.
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We’re marking 10 years of GAAD with our first ever Festival of Accessibility

On 20th May, we’ll be partnering up with 11 organisations for our first ever Festival of Accessibility. And we’re inviting you to join us - for free.
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9 things digital marketers need to know about web accessibility

If you're a digital marketer, here's 9 things you need to know about web accessibility, to help you become more digitally inclusive.
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Introducing ReachDeck…

These are very exciting times here at Texthelp! We’ve just launched a brand new website. And released the first version of our new enterprise accessibility solution, ReachDeck.
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9 ways to create digital experiences that are inclusive for all

To help your company create digital experiences that are inclusive to all, we asked business leaders and PR experts for their best ideas. Here are nine ways to create inclusive digital experiences for your customers.
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How can you remove online barriers to Higher Education?

We know that providing a supportive experience for your learners is at the forefront of everything you do, but does your website also live up to your standards? In this blog, explore the POUR guidelines.
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AbilityNet: Creating accessible & inclusive digital content

In this guest blog, we hear from Daniel McLaughlan, Accessibility Consultant at AbilityNet, on why we should develop an inclusive approach to digital communications.
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Beyond the website: creating accessible experiences

In this guest blog, Jean Downey, Head of Digital & Creative Services at Ofcom, shares some insight into creating accessible experiences
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7 principles for creating inclusive digital experiences

We teamed up with Ceri Balson, Head of Digital at Scope, to bring you some top tips for creating inclusive digital experiences.
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How to make information accessible for people with disabilities

Hear from Rachael Montgomery, Accessibility and UX Advocate, on six steps to becoming more accessible.
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Making essential digital communications inclusive & accessible

Websites should be designed and updated in line with web accessibility best practice. To help, here's what we've learned from the experts.
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FAQs around web accessibility

We've pulled together some FAQs around web accessibility, to help you on your way to becoming more digitally inclusive.
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‘Women over 55 don’t cook!’

Hear from Gordon McCullough at RiDC on the role of web accessibility when it comes to inclusive user experiences.
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Creating an accessible Canada

What is the Accessible Canada Act, and what does it mean for you?
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