• Mark Walker | 07 Nov 2012
    The Technology4Good Youth Awards reward young people who use technology to make the world a better place. Entries close on 30 November so there are just under 4 weeks left for young entrepreneurs to submit their ideas. Nine finalists will take part in a Dragon's Den-style event at Windsor castle,...
  • Mark Walker | 25 Oct 2012
    Many disabled people are unemployed and many more are not given an equal chance to shine when in work. However all the evidence shows that disabled people are a positive part of any workforce, being more productive and more loyal than the average employee. Robin Christopherson, Head of Digital...
  • Mark Walker | 24 Oct 2012
  • Mark Walker | 15 Oct 2012
    AbilityNet Head of Digital Inclusion Robin Christopherson spoke at Future of Web Apps in London on 16 October 2012 - here's a quick preview of one part of his talk. UPDATE: You can read Robin's speaker notes from FOWA London 2012 on this site
  • Mark Walker | 08 Oct 2012
    In an article that first appeared in his blog PublicTechnology.net AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion Robin Christopherson asks why disabled web users are being treated like spammers.
  • Mark Walker | 08 Oct 2012
    Make your pitch to a Dragon's Den at Windsor Castle and win £5,000...
  • Mark Walker | 24 Sep 2012
    Professor Stephen Hawking was the toast of this year’s Technology4Good Awards, winning the AbilityNet Special Award for Excellence in Accessibility.
  • Mark Walker | 13 Sep 2012
    The Olympics and Paralympics have given many of us renewed enthusiasm for sport, or at least a firmer resolve to get fit. Whilst fitness clubs are an extremely useful means of helping us to get in shape and stay that way, for people with a disability or impairment, they are often the only feasible...
  • Mark Walker | 13 Jul 2012
    The winners of this year's Technology4Good Awards were announced at an Awards Ceremony held in London on 6 July. Over 250 entries were whittled down to just eight winners by a panel of judges form business and charity and the results were announced by broadcaster and journalist Mariella Frostrup....
  • Mark Walker | 19 Jun 2012
    AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion, Robin Christopherson, dressed as Spock to bring accessibility to life at ND2012, the National Digital Inclusion conference that took place in late May.