Accessibility News

As a charity our core mission is to make the digital world accessible to people of all ages and abilities. We post and share the latest digital accessibility related news and content on our website, which is listed in chronological order below.

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  • 24 Jul 2019
    Now in its third year TechShare Pro is the UK's leading accessibility and inclusive design event. This year's event is hosted by Google in London on 20 and 21 November 2019 and will once again feature industry leaders from around the world, offering insights and practical advice to digital...
  • 23 Jul 2019
    That was supposed to be a twist on 'Fear and loathing in Las Vegas' - that famous novel from 1971. Let's swiftly accelerate away from that reference by jumping into a fully autonomous vehicle outside our hotel and heading for the strip.
  • 22 Jul 2019
    The UK Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations became law in 2018 and created a range of new responsibilities for universities, HE (higher education) institutions and other public sector bodies. Our workshops provides an opportunity for you to learn new accessibility skills and focus on the key...
  • 11 Jul 2019
    This year's AbilityNet Tech4Good finalists have a focus on making creativity more accessible to disabled people. The four finalists include the makers of the Control One, which enables people with severe physical disabilities to create and produce entire songs from start to finish.
  • 09 Jul 2019
    The UK Public Sector Web Accessibility Regulations became law in 2018 and created a range of new responsibilities for universities, HE (higher education) institutions and other public sector bodies. Our workshops provides an opportunity for you to learn new accessibility skills and focus on the key...