• Mark.Gaddes | 02 Aug 2023
    We are pleased to announce AbilityNet has achieved Disability Confident Leader status as of 16 June 2020.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 18 Aug 2020
    AbilityNet is also on the Tech Talent Charter for our efforts driving inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 13 Jul 2020
    Daniel Mclaughlan, an Accessibility and Usability Consultant here at AbilityNet, shared their accessibility story at the first Accessibility Manchester event.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 04 May 2020
    In this time of increasing uncertainty and change, web accessibility and inclusive marketing is more important than ever. In an upcoming webinar in partnership with Texthelp We'll look at the case for building accessible and inclusive websites and digital campaigns and advice on how to do it.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 19 Mar 2020
    With so much uncertainty at work, at home and in education, we would like to reassure our many different customers that AbilityNet is doing all it can to keep its services open. We are very experienced at delivering our services remotely and accessibly, and our infrastructure is designed to support...
  • Mark.Gaddes | 11 Mar 2020
    In response to the coronavirus Student Finance England has announced that it is possible for students to access their DSA Needs Assessment remotely. AbilityNet has run video-based online assessments in workplace and education settings for some time and can provide a full service online.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 10 Mar 2020
    In most settings it's mandatory to meet the required standards of accessibility for documents and for many people the biggest challenge you might face is the sheer volume of files created back when accessibility considerations were less of a priority. It can seem a daunting task, but AbilityNet...
  • Mark.Gaddes | 25 Feb 2020
    If you don’t do this already AmazonSmile is a really easy way to shop at Amazon and donate to AbilityNet at the same time, at no extra cost.It’s really simple - when you shop at Amazon via AbilityNet's AmazonSmile link rather than the normal Amazon site, 0.5% of the sale from qualifying purchases...
  • Mark.Gaddes | 10 Jan 2020
    We look at how accessible gaming is being brought to the masses with organisations investing in accessibility education and know how. This following an Accessibility Gaming session at the sold out TechShare Pro 2019 conference.
  • Mark.Gaddes | 03 Jan 2020
    Learning accessibility considerations can help your organisation to shift left, preventing issues which can otherwise be costly to fix, both in terms of time and resources. Plus adhering to best practice will improve the user experience for everyone, including those with diverse access needs.