• Robin Christopherson | 11 Mar 2020
    Blog published on Texthelp website on 2nd March 2020
  • Robin Christopherson | 10 Mar 2020
    Meeting the experts in voice-first techToday (10 March) at an international healthcare conference* in Orlando, Florida a ground-breaking new book is being launched on how voice-first technology - like Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Assistant - can be leveraged to revolutionise healthcare delivery and...
  • Robin Christopherson | 18 Feb 2020
    The European Accessibility Act is all set to create an equal digital landscape for older and disabled people.There are an estimated 80 million Europeans with disabilities, and over 190 million older people.
  • Robin Christopherson | 13 Feb 2020
    Virtual assistants like Alexa and Siri are now part of our everyday lives. It’s as natural to talk to a device and receive a spoken (or on-screen) nugget of info, as it is to whip out our phone to check the weather, Google that thing or listen to music. A new project from the clever guys at MIT (...
  • Robin Christopherson | 12 Feb 2020
    A Nissan LEAF all-electric vehicle, equipped with all the necessary sensors and systems for full autonomous driving, has just set a new UK record journey of 230 miles across our uniquely challenging mix of roads and traffic – signifying just how viable these technologies are for everyone who either...
  • Robin Christopherson | 12 Feb 2020
    Three top tips for accessible procurement, and how to embed inclusive design in your product development process.
  • Robin Christopherson | 05 Dec 2019
    Last week saw the enormously successful TechShare Pro 2019 conference and one of the most interesting and enlightening sessions was the expert panel concerning ‘The Carrots and the Sticks of Accessibility’; the carrots of course being the compelling ethical and business cases and the sticks being...
  • Robin Christopherson | 26 Sep 2019
    The Amazon Echo has been a useful tool for millions of households, with blind users above all loving its ability to easily provide information. That utility now extends to helping identify everyday groceries using the Echo Show's built-in camera.
  • Robin Christopherson | 09 Sep 2019
    There was a time when the only option was to let our fingers do the talking. However, advances in speech technology mean that for people with visual, mobility or cognitive impairments it’s just as easy and effective to access technology with your voice. 
  • Robin Christopherson | 04 Sep 2019
    Have you heard of Remap? If the name sounds familiar, it might be that you noticed that one of our Digital Volunteer of the Year Award finalists at this year's Tech4Good Awards donates his professional skills at the charity. Read more about volunteer and Tech4Good finalist Robert Powell.