The recent arrival of MS Office to a non-windows tablet near you has interesting ramifications from a number of different perspectives.
Here at Nomensa we have accessibility at the heart, so when we get granted time in our schedule to work on contributing modules to the Drupal community, our first choice was to look into contributing modules that could raise the standard of accessibility across Drupal.
Infographic with highlights from our recent whitepaper, Improving travel website accessibility.
Improving travel website accessibility 4 out of 5 holidays are booked online. 1 in every 6 people is disabled. An accessible website ensures everyone, regardless of ability can book a holiday. So what needs to be considered? Visual A severe reduction in vision that cannot be corrected with glasses. Cognitive Difficulties understanding and processing information. Motor […]
As our personal collections of web-enabled devices grow, so too do the contexts in which we might use them. A single mobile device can be used across a seemingly infinite range of conditions and environments, but add a second, third or fourth device and the number of ways in which they might be used and used together expands exponentially.
Web accessibility can increase customer satisfaction, generate revenue, improves brand loyalty and can even enhance search engine performance. It’s also a legal requirement under the Equality Act 2010. But how many travel companies recognise this potential?
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