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Every little helps?

Published
30th June 2010
by 
Léonie Watson
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Every little helps?

If you shop at Tesco, you'll know that "every little helps". If you're one of their blind or partially sighted online customers though, you might be forgiven for thinking otherwise. As Tesco close their access site and move people over to their new primary website, there are growing concerns about how accessibility has been factored into the user experience.

Techshare 2009

Published
21st September 2009
by 
Léonie Watson
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Techshare 2009

Techshare is a series of events hosted by RNIB, that focus on digital technology and people with disabilities. People from around the world gather to present their ideas on web and mobile platforms, access technologies, digital content and much more. We presented a case study with BSkyB, and had a wonderful time meeting with people and listening to other presentations.

RNIB Accessible Flash Case Study

Published
23rd April 2003
by 
Sally Lincoln
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RNIB Accessible Flash Case Study

Accessibility refers to making services and information available for people with disabilities, such as people with visual, auditory, motor or cognitive impairments.

The Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) commissioned Nomensa to produce a Flash game for Valentine’s Day, February 14th 2003, that would be accessible for people with visual impairments, in particular those who use speech synthesis software.