Robin.Christopherson | 01 Nov 2016
AbilityNet believes in the power of tech to transform the lives of disabled people - but should we be more concerned that the next generation of artificial intelligence could destroy humanity?
Robin.Christopherson | 20 Oct 2016
The current estimate is that 75 million websites use Wordpress - that's one for every person in Turkey! A new plug in aims to make sure that they're all accessible.
Robin.Christopherson | 18 Oct 2016
The next generation of smart digital devices will know what you're feeling, which could have a huge benefit for people with disabilities.
Robin.Christopherson | 03 Oct 2016
A team of biomedical engineers is using wearable tech to translate sign language into spoken or written text.
Robin.Christopherson | 21 Sep 2016
Take our CAPTCHA challenge to see if you could survive on the web if you had to rely on sound instead of vision...
Robin.Christopherson | 06 Sep 2016
The updates to Siri are good news for disabled people. Our head of digital inclusion, Robin Christopherson takes a look at how artificial intelligence and the huge potential of virtual assistants.
Robin.Christopherson | 26 Aug 2016
It may not be obvious why but when Felix Baumgartner jumped from a hot air balloon on the very edge of space in 2012 it taught us a lot about how inclusive design can deliver better design for every user.
Robin.Christopherson | 25 Aug 2016
With the Rio Olympics behind us the Paralympics will soon be underway and we'll be celebrating the achievements of some of the most amazing disabled people on the planet. We can’t all be athletes, but tech is helping disabled and able-bodied people alike lead healthier lives and reach their full...
Robin.Christopherson | 11 Aug 2016
Could Switch Access software from the likes of Tecla make Pokemon more inclusive for disabled gamers. Robin Christopherson, head of digital inclusion at Ability Net, investigates
Robin.Christopherson | 02 Aug 2016
Coming to a computer or tablet near you soon, Eye Tribe Tracker technology promises to take gaming to a whole new level. It's a great innovation for every gamer but it could transform the lives of disabled people - and not just those who play games. It is compact, much less expensive than previous...