• 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...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 22 Jun 2016
    As momentum builds behind driverless cars AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion has tried the autonomous features of a Tesla and is excited about the future, after a lifetime of assuming he would never drive because of his blindness.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 19 May 2016
    To mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) Robin Christopherson - Head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet - has written an open letter to the UK government asking it to enforce accessibility laws.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 05 May 2016
    More than 500 hours of Youtube footage is uploaded every minute, but almost every second of it is impossible millions of visually impaired people to understand. AbilityNet's Robin Christopherson thinks that's about to change and that by the end of the decade robots will be delivering high quality...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 13 Apr 2016
    Twitter has recently made it possible to add alt-text to images, but will this be enough to make the image-laden web more accessible for people with visual impairments? Robin Christopherson thinks it may need a bigger push - or maybe there's completely different solution around the corner?
  • Robin.Christopherson | 29 Mar 2016
    Microsoft has announced advancements to its accessibility checker, as well as enabling it on more devices and for Mac users. Robin Christopherson would like to see an accessibility check become as natural as a spell check
  • Robin.Christopherson | 21 Mar 2016
    Happy 10th birthday Twitter. Here's our top 10 run down on how happy (or unhappy) you've made people with disabilities in the past decade.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 08 Mar 2016
    A raft of new internet accessibility work by Microsoft will make the web user-experience for people with disabilities far smoother and more sophisticated. AbilityNet has a long-standing relationship with Microsoft, including user-testing its products for more than a decade. It's clear the company...
  • Robin.Christopherson | 09 Feb 2016
    Discriminating against your employees with dyslexia has been against the law since the first disability discrimination legislation was introduced over 20 years ago. But it's in the news today as a result of Starbucks employee Meseret Kumulchew winning her disability discrimination case.
  • Robin.Christopherson | 03 Feb 2016
    Around 90% of jobs nowadays have some sort of technology involved. Your job might involve using a desktop computer or laptop, a telephone, cash register or some kind of handheld device such as a credit card machine. The possibilities, like the array of devices and software, are endless. Technology...