Joe Chidzik | 14 Sep 2018
We often post about how good Apple is on accessibility, but a legal complaint against the company by a screenreader user last month has shown that even the biggest tech giants can fall foul of accessibility regulations and guidelines sometimes.
Joe Chidzik | 26 Mar 2018
AbilityNet’s senior accessibility and usability consultant Joe Chidzik explores five ways AI could help make websites more accessible to people with disabilities
Joe Chidzik | 09 May 2017
Joe Chidzik, senior accessibility consultant at pan-disability tech charity AbilityNet debunks the myth that good accessibility means bad website design, and outlines the essential rules web developers and organisations need to follow to ensure they aren't excluding disabled users.
Joe Chidzik | 21 Mar 2017
The BBC Mobile Accessibility Guidelines have been updated promote a more inclusive gaming experience for disabled people. New guidance includes advice on providing a single-hit no fail mode in games.
Joe Chidzik | 08 Dec 2016
The average reading age of adults in the UK is 9 years old. Joe Chidzik, AbilityNet accessibility expert, offers 6 top tips for creating web content that is accessible and easy to understand.
Joe Chidzik | 13 Oct 2016
AbilityNet's quick guide to creating accessible mobile apps, including using native controls, platform specific guidance from Apple and Samsung, user testing, accessible colour palettes, and developing in-house guidelines like the BBC
Joe Chidzik | 16 Sep 2016
As we move into the final weekend of the Rio 2016 Paralymics, AbilityNet's experts offer a final verdict on the accessibility of the event's website and explain in detail the main issues they discovered.
Joe Chidzik | 22 Jun 2016
Is your website accessible to everyone who wants to use it? Can it be used by disabled people, people with poor eyesight or older people? Check out our top tips for building an accessible website.