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7 September, 2021 Moiz Yamani

Importance of Mobile Accessibility

Mobile accessibility or accessibility of mobile apps describes the importance of developing mobile applications for smartphones, tablets and wearables that are user-friendly for the one billion people with disabilities. According to the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), this means that your mobile application should be accessible to users with disabilities. Did you know? According to a…

13 July, 2021 Ramya Venkitesh

Why should you stay away from Accessibility Overlays?

Accessibility Overlays do not ensure an accessible website. Accessibility Overlays have come under fire after more than 400 accessibility advocates and developers signed an open letter urging the industry to unite against the use of accessibility overlay products. Recently, we were contacted by a company that was looking to create accessibility overlays for their website….

4 August, 2020 Ramya Venkitesh

23rd September, 2020 – Finally, Public Sector Bodies need to comply with UK Digital Accessibility Regulations

Did you know that all public sector bodies in the United Kingdom must comply with updates to UK digital accessibility regulations – The Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No.2) by September 23, 2020?   The accessibility regulations which came into force on the 23rd September 2018 aims to help make sure online public services are accessible to all users,…

23 October, 2018 Benita Nazareth

Meeting Colour contrast with a difference

Color enhances the look and feel of a web page. But color can vitiate the user experience for some. Yeah, I too was unaware of it until I met Amelia. It was a long train journey from Ontario to Alberta where I met Amelia. She was accessing a website on her laptop using high contrast…

12 September, 2018 Shilpi Kapoor

I want to make a Mobile App Accessible to Visually Impaired! Really?

A common myth about web accessibility is that it “Only helps visually impaired”. It’s one we hear again and again. We only want to test with screen readers. This approach of building accessibility and inclusion for only one group at a times, is not really practical. Let me share how I see it with a…