It's official! WCAG 2.2 is now the recommended version of the accessibility guidelines. Here's what you need to know...
At Web Usability we have recently had the pleasure of collaborating with Filter, an agency offering strategic and technical digital solutions.
Stock photos first made an appearance in the 1920s when advertisers and publishers wanted access to images without the hefty price tag associated with a photographer. Today, there are many stock photo companies offering images for little to no money and here at Web Usability, we have certainly been guilty of using stock images in the past! But what is the impact of using stock images and are they damaging your online presence?
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.
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...
Since 23rd September 2020 it has been a legal requirement for all public sector websites to be accessibility to people with disabilities.
The new 2.2 Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG 2.2) is on its way!
Digital accessibility is (or should be!) a priority for most businesses these days. For many, this is driven by a genuine desire to offer an inclusive service.