Meet our clients

Originally founded by IBM and supported by Microsoft we are a dynamic and innovative charity that delivers expert paid-for digital accessibility services to a long list of household names, from high street banks to global leisure brands, charities and public bodies.

For the past 25 years AbilityNet has been on a mission to make the digital world accessible to all. Read the case studies below to learn how we help our clients achieve their digital accessibility goals. Speak to our experts about your specific requirements.

Creating an inclusive workplace at Texthelp

"This session today has filled my heart and soul to the brim!" said one attendee of the training course provided by AbilityNet to Texthelp employees.

Accrediting Blind Veterans UK’s website for accessibility

After expert user testing and auditing, the Blind Veterans UK website received AbilityNet's Accredited Plus certification and recognition and praise on BBC Radio.

How Jadu continues to motivate its team to drive accessibility

Jadu had organised a team event and wanted its whole team to learn about accessibility from a disabled user, so asked AbilityNet for help.

Enhancing accessibility practices at Goldsmiths, University of London

Goldsmiths' partnership with AbilityNet transformed accessibility practices in the Computing department and across the university.

How Baillie Gifford started its journey to employee inclusion

Knowing how to get started on your employee inclusion journey is not easy. Learn how AbilityNet helped Baillie Gifford plan and builds its training for employees.

Accessibility Training and a Gold Standard maturity model at the University of Derby

The University of Derby received disability awareness training before undertaking a Digital Accessibility Maturity Model assessment - and achieving very good results.

Using an accessibility maturity model at Gower College Swansea

Further education institution undertook an FE Accessibility Maturity Model assessment.

Accessible social media and language guidelines at Transpennine Express

How the Transpennine Express adapted its social media approaches by learning about digital inclusivity and inclusive language.

Accrediting Barclays' Personal Mobile Banking App for accessibility

The Barclays' App received our accreditation after being redesigned, with accessibility built-in at every stage of the project

Heathrow demonstrates commitment to online accessibility

Working with AbilityNet, Heathrow now understands the importance of making its website as accessible and usable as possible

Helping Sense charity to create accessible meetings guidance

AbilityNet worked with Sense to collate a set of guidance documents to organise accessible online meetings for staff.

Helping BT to produce accessible sites that are also extremely usable

The BT Group has, for many years, looked to AbilityNet to enhance and help maintain the accessibility and usability of its websites

How AbilityNet helped Dot Project create inclusive guidelines for online training

Working with partners to focus on a set of six, achievable priorities for accessibility of training sessions and online meetings.

User testing with Darlington Borough Council

AbilityNet set up valuable user testing exercises to outline areas of the Council's website that could be made more accessible.

Auditing and accrediting Western Power Distribution's website

How we provided an accessibility audit to assess how the organisation met industry benchmarks for accessibility.

Meeting accessibility regulations at Cardiff Metropolitan

Providing expert guidance to help prioritise next steps for accessibility compliance.

Using a Digital Accessibility Maturity Model with Skyscanner

The Maturity Model helped Skyscanner better understand how to embed accessibility into its culture. "It gave us insight into all the areas we need to work on... across all areas of our business."

Galvanising staff to meet accessibility goals at University of Westminster

Engaging the whole institution at University of Westminster, by taking a structured approach to galvanise employees to work together to make meaningful progress.

Accessibility and Me awareness raising training at the University of Bristol

Educating university staff about digital accessibility to ensure content creation processes consider accessibility as a key factor

London 2012: Delivering the most accessible Olympics ever

AbilityNet consultants helped the organisers of the London 2012 event with their goal to deliver the most accessible Olympic and Paralympics Games in history

How insurer LV=GI embraces digital accessibility

LV=GI has always had a good understanding of accessibility and what this means, but it needed support with digital accessibility so asked AbilityNet for help

How user testing helped the British Museum boost its accessibility and inclusivity

The British Museum built on user insights to improve its accessibility, including creating video production and online content guidelines

Helping University of London to develop its accessibility best practices

Upskilling university staff to ensure digital accessibility regulations are addressed alongside inclusive best practice

Improving students' online experiences with MSL

How AbilityNet's HE and FE Digital Accessibility Bundle helped introduce Membership Solutions Ltd to modern techniques for improving accessibility

Making content inclusive for Independent Age

Independent Age charity was keen to review the technology-related information on its website, so brought in AbilityNet's expertise to provide knowledge about tech and digital.

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