BBC tips to help bring web accessibility to the centre stage of your business

When it comes to accessibility, BBC has a lot of great advice to share.

Get top tips from the BBC's Senior Research Engineer (Accessibility Specialist), Emma Pratt-Richens, when she joins AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion Robin Christopherson MBE to discuss all things web accessibility, in April's episode of Accessibility Insights webinar series

Date: Tuesday 6 April 2021

Time: 1pm BST (30 minute session)


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Decades of accessibility and UX experience

Robin Christopherson and Emma Pratt-Richens

In the session, Emma will provide valuable insights into web accessibility, user experience and the future of accessible technology, honing in on her background working at the BBC. 

Robin Christopherson MBE hosts our Accessibility Insights webinar series every month, where he chats with individuals who are working to improve digital accessibility and inclusion.
During the session, Emma and Robin will discuss:

  • Emma's decades of web experience including front-end web development, UX and accessibility-focused roles 
  • Developments in attitudes towards web accessibility and what has significantly changed in the past 10 years
  • What impact the recent public sector regulations has had on the BBC
  • Thoughts on new and emerging technologies such as Chrome's auto-subtitles
  • Accessibility, disability, and empathy while working from home during a pandemic, plus what Emma has learned from remote working
  • Technology's role within inclusive practices in the future, what needs to be changed and how that can be achieved



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If you find that you can't attend, don't worry, all our webinars are recorded and you can find them on our website.  

Looking for accessibility training for your team? See our range of courses for different roles.

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