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Talking about text, does size really matter?

Posted on 21 July 2022

How do you change the size of text? Every modern browser allows the user to change the text size on...

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Here is how to make your chatbot accessible for everyone!

Posted on 11 July 2022

We love Chatbots Chatbots are great, aren't they? They are those super-helpful bubbles that sit quietly at the bottom corner...

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July is Disability Pride Month

Posted on 8 July 2022

Events are important We need events to remember the crucial issues that affect large groups of people. Whether it is...

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Should we rid the world of overlays?

Posted on 7 July 2022

What is an overlay? In this article, I will discuss overlays, what they are and why they can be a...

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What is a website accessibility statement and do you need one? (Part 2 of 2)

Posted on 1 July 2022

Your perfect opportunity! Do you want to be inclusive? Do you want to tell the world about it? Here is...

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What is a website accessibility statement and do you need one? (Part 1 of 2)

Posted on 23 June 2022

A powerful ally A website accessibility statement is a powerful document. One that is properly written, following a professional website...

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How do you change the world?

Posted on 22 June 2022

One website at a time, that is how. A global first My company, Access by Design, created the world’s first fully-accessible,...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 5)

Posted on 20 June 2022

Putting it all together Now I have my raw materials. The automated matrices, the manual checks, 3 live audits and...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 4)

Posted on 14 June 2022

This is where my amazing website accessibility team join in! I do not care what anybody says, you cannot truly...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 3)

Posted on 9 June 2022

You can plug a car into a diagnostics machine but it will not tell you if you have a...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 2 - continued)

Posted on 6 June 2022

It is not just one tick! In my previous article, I explained the common misconception that designers often think that...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 2)

Posted on 19 May 2022

What is an automated matrix? In this article, I wish to clear up the most common misconception when it comes...

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What is involved with a website accessibility audit? (Part 1)

Posted on 12 May 2022

    The second most-often question I am asked is what actually does having a website accessibility audit involve? FYI, the...

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I love assistive technology!

Posted on 9 May 2022

Dodgy knees I have dodgy knees. Very dodgy, sadly. I have flat feet and did not start to wear corrective...

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Surely all websites are accessible for disabled people?

Posted on 5 May 2022

A level-playing field One of the most brilliant aspects of the Web is the idea of a level playing field....

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Why microwave/oven is right but wrong and microwave / oven is wrong but right!

Posted on 1 May 2022

Do not ask me why but it never seemed to look right, when there is not a space...

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The Tab Test

Posted on 22 April 2022

How to quickly check if a website is accessible When I use the word "website accessibility", I mean "website accessibility...

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Aren’t all websites accessible for disabled people?

Posted on 21 April 2022

It is easy to know if a building is likely to be accessible for someone in a wheelchair. For example: ...

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What are the benefits of having an accessible website?

Posted on 14 April 2022

What does website accessibility mean? The benefits of having an accessible website are almost too many to mention! However, firstly,...

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Why is it important that disabled people audit your website?

Posted on 7 April 2022

This may seem to be a completely obvious question but, sadly, not everyone who carries out a website accessibility...

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Why accessibility plugins are a bad idea

Posted on 4 April 2022

I am passionate about website accessibility for disabled people. I have the privilege of knowing many other people who...

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Clive interviewed on Vectis Radio

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The day before my TEDx Talk, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ian Mac, the owner of...

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You can see but you cannot touch. What do you do?

Posted on 30 March 2022

Iona is one of my fab website accessibility testers. She used to photograph some of the world’s biggest rock...

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So what is wrong with dropdown menus?

Posted on 24 March 2022

The benefits of using a dropdown menu Dropdown menus are a convenient way of keeping your website clean and uncluttered....

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