This blog explores accessibility and universal service design from both a professional and personal experience and suggests what might be happening next.
Accessibility and Me
A series of interviews with people with access needs.
In everyday life, being colour blind brings about challenges which normal sighted people probably aren’t aware of, like if a banana is ripe or unripe.
Robert Martin works for HMRC’s Individuals and Small Business Compliance directorate. He was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) at 55 years old. We talk to him to find out more about living with AS and what accessibility means to him.
For this latest piece in our Accessibility and me series, we talk to Rani Nayyar about how she uses Dragon accessibility software at work.
In the latest blog post in our Accessibility and Me series, we talk to accessibility consultant Molly Watt, who is deafblind, about how she uses technology and why she believes that accessibility should mean making things available to everyone.
In this latest post in our Accessibility and Me series, we speak to a case manager at HM Revenue & Customs who has dyslexia and uses voice-dictation software Dragon. We talk to them about access requirements, the technology they use …