Whether you are new to digital accessibility or looking for ways to further embed accessibility in your organisation’s culture and working practices, there’s something for everyone in this series of eight 45 minute webinars being held between May to July.
Sometimes it can be tricky to get valuable information about how your clients and customers use your services. This is information that would be helpful to see where they’re going and what they’re doing on your website, how they are using your apps and social media, why they are calling and other information that makes up the customer journey.
TikTok might not be a platform that you would think of when it comes to accessibility, however, perhaps it should be.
The pandemic shifted our ways of working. Many employees are now working remotely full time or “hybrid” working, where part of their time is spent remote and part in the office.
As the restrictions on where we work are lifting, lots of us are reflecting on the ways we used to work and how we will work in the future.
There are around 10,000 local parish, town, community, and neighbourhood councils in England. These work hard to provide services that meet the needs of their residents and improve community well-being.
The Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) issued an accessibility monitoring report detailing the work they have undertaken in 2021 testing public sector websites.