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Five things you can do to improve the web accessibility of your website Five things you can do to improve the web accessibility of your website

Five things you can do to improve the web accessibility of your website

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

If you want to ensure that your website is accessible to everyone you need to focus on inclusive design during web development. But you may not know where to start when it comes to inclusive design. So here are five handy tips to follow to make sure…

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Why political party manifestos must be accessible to everyone Why political party manifestos must be accessible to everyone

Why political party manifestos must be accessible to everyone

Posted on: by Ross Linnett, Founder & CEO

The general election is a key moment in shaping the future of our society. And for every person in this country to make in an informed vote, they need to be able to access key information about exactly who and what they are voting for. Access to…

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Why your customers want a mobile ticket solution that works Why your customers want a mobile ticket solution that works

Why your customers want a mobile ticket solution that works

Posted on: by Alison Wilson

You’ve just re-launched your transport website. It looks great on desktop. And it runs on mobiles and tablets as smoothly as a Japanese train schedule. You’re buzzing because your customers can now buy tickets online with great ease. And…

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day - what has changed since last year? Global Accessibility Awareness Day - what has changed since last year?

Global Accessibility Awareness Day - what has changed since last year?

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

The sixth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) takes place on Thursday, May 18. GAAD aims to get people talking, thinking and learning about digital accessibility and inclusion, and the one billion people across the world who have a disability. This…

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Consider the physical and digital access needs of your passengers Consider the physical and digital access needs of your passengers

Consider the physical and digital access needs of your passengers

Posted on: by Toni Rayner. Operations & Marketing

This week Tyne & Wear Metro announced it will launch new “I need a seat” badges.  They will make travelling easier for disabled passengers and others who need to sit down during their journey. Nexus, which runs the metro, is…

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