Accessibility is about universality, not disability. It is about making sure as many people as possible, no matter their physical location or ability, can access your content.
User discovery research with potential jobseekers gave our luxury hotel client a clear picture of the journey new starters take and the information they need along the way.
We are often asked 'how many testers do we need for usability testing?'. The answer is 'it depends'!
An increasingly digitised world is a problem. As more information and services move online greater digital skills are required to access them and some members of our population are excluded because they lack the skills to be able to confidently and safely navigate the digital world.
My Granny was given an iPhone for Christmas. At 92 she is probably a few years older than Apple’s average user, so I wanted to see how she was getting on...
Gaining input from users is an essential part of developing an effective digital service. There are lots of methods available to you to do this but how do you know which is the right one to use?
Welcome to the Glove Factory! The Hybrid Home of Web Usability
Since 23rd September 2020 it has been a legal requirement for all public sector websites to be accessibility to people with disabilities.
My dog ate my passport.
Not only did she eat is, she completely destroyed it. To quote the guy in the Newport passport office “at least you don’t need a shredder!”
The new 2.2 Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG 2.2) is on its way!