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Digital Accessibility is a fascinating, complex subject that can seem to be quite scary but actually, the principles of it are quite logical and straightforward.

The biggest challenge we find is getting people started on their digital accessibility journey.

We love sharing our experiences and our thoughts through this blog.

Whether it is looking at accessible web design, an accessibility audit or any other aspect of digital accessibility, we hope that you find them interesting and engaging.



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...


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...


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....


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...

The word accessibility and a wheechair symbol on a comouter keyboard

Test your website with The Tab Key!

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:...


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,...

Web accessibility wheelchair symbol on a computer keyboard

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...

Banner with statement, a stop sign and a wheelchair sign with a red cross on it

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...


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...


So what is wrong with dropdown menus?

Posted on 24 March 2022

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


Accessibility is not just about wheelchairs!

Posted on 21 March 2022

I saw a feature on the BBC local news this morning about pavement parking. Cars parked on pavements mean...


Making a travel booking is easy unless you are blind!

Posted on 17 March 2022

A live test Last week I was doing an audit for a travel company. I have my amazing team of...


5 Website Design Elements Critical for Brand Building

Posted on 8 March 2022

A well-knit and structured website is of primary importance for any brand or business. The website plays the greatest...


How does a blind person use their credit card?

Posted on 7 March 2022

An intriguing question This is a question that hadn’t occurred to me before. I’m doing an audit this week for...

Clive Loseby on the TEDx Stage delivering his talk on website accessibility

My TEDx Talk on website accessibility for disabled people is now online!

Posted on 3 March 2022

I was extremely privileged to present my TEDx Talk at the TEDx Lukely Brook event yesterday, over in the...


Changing the world, one website at a time

Posted on 28 February 2022

I spent the weekend putting the finishing touches together for my TEDx talk...

Web accessibility wheelchair symbol on a computer keyboard

You cannot use a mouse or a keyboard, what do you do?

Posted on 25 February 2022

Some of us have significant challenges This is the daily experience for one of my fab testers, Iona. A brain...

Blind person using computer with braille computer display and a computer keyboard

What is it really like to use a screen reader?

Posted on 18 February 2022

What are screen readers? I talk about screen readers a fair bit. They allow blind people to use websites. Blind...

A cafe inside an old hotel. There is a curving staircase in the foreground.

What is a website accessibility statement?

Posted on 10 February 2022

Why did I write this post? I ran a poll last week in which I asked some questions about website...

Access by Design Logo

A fresh new logo for 2022 with a brand new website to follow soon!

Posted on 27 January 2022

We have 3 websites: Access by Design,...

Banner with statement, a stop sign and a wheelchair sign with a red cross on it

Is this an acceptable Cookie Banner?

Posted on 20 January 2022 Whether you think this is acceptable or not, this is the Cookie Banner that exists on countless websites across the world.
A Collection of Wrecked Cars in a Countryside Field.

It is not just about Cookie Banners...

Posted on 6 January 2022

A life-changing accident... June 11th 1989. Jess and I were teenagers.She was the singer in my band and we were...

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