Getting insights from disabled people is the best way to make sure you are making your product usable for all of use. Our Inclusight community is made of assistive technology users and people with any kind of impairment affecting the way they use technologies.
Our Inclusight experts provide you with an a audit on the accessibility of your website so that your web developer can make improvement and make sure you do not miss any customer.
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You may know anything about web accessibility. That’s why we provide you with the best service so that you can understand what’s important to do to open your business to a wider market. Arrange a 1 hour meeting with one of our Inclusight expert.
Why making sure everyone can use your website?
Failing to provide customers with accessible websites cost UK retailers £11.75 billion last year according to the Click Away Pound survey.
Inclusight is semi finalist of the 2017 European Social Innovation Competition
At Inclusight, we believe the digital world should be accessible for all, no matter your abilities. Luckily, web accessibility is not a rocket science. This is list of 5 easy checks you can do to test the accessibility of your website. Check#1: Select all text and copy it into a word processor If your content Read more about 5 easy checks you can do to test the accessibility of your website[…]
At Inclusight, we give a voice to people with disabilities. We have heard their feedback about their frustrations when browsing the web. As a result, Inclusight made a list of 5 easy strategies that you should implement to make sure everybody can access your website today. Tip#1: Write clear and simple content Unclear or confusing Read more about 5 easy tips for making your website accessible[…]
It is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) 2017 The purpose of the GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) access/inclusion and people with different disabilities. Inclusight is contributing to this day by publishing feedbacks from some of its testers. What if you had a disability… On this Read more about What if a disability affected the way you use the Internet?[…]
About Diego Diego Kusnir is a licensed clinical psychologist, performance artist, and writer in San Francisco. He began performing spoken word in 2008 about his experiences being partially blind. He performs stories and comedy and provides trainings on disability across the country. He researches the use of art and personal narrative about disability to reduce Read more about A bigger screen really makes a difference in the lives of partially blind people.[…]
Inclusight is launching a crowdfunding campaign. This is the link: Inclusight is crowdfunding on Fundsurfer
Have you ever loss eyesight? What would you do if it happened tomorrow? Last week Acces2Digital attended a visual impairment training hosted by Daniel Williams. I was part of a 10 people group, greeted with breakfast at the Canal Museum, where the meeting was hosted. In this friendly and enjoyable ambiance, Daniel said “ok, now Read more about How it feels to be visually impaired[…]
Today, it is the World Diabetes Day. While there are 3.5 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the UK, we at Access2Digital believe that lots of them are being left behind in the diabetes management digital revolution. The total cost (direct care and indirect costs) associated with diabetes in the UK currently stands at £23.7 billion Read more about Who is being left in the diabetes management digital revolution?[…]
My mother has been living with multiple sclerosis (MS) since age 13, and has been on heavy treatments since her diagnosis. Because she was diagnosed at a very young age, she always felt different and isolated from her peers, and over time, this has contributed to a low level of self-esteem and social loneliness for Read more about Juliette’s story[…]