Paul is Head of Accessibility and Digital Inclusion at Test Partners, specialising in technical accessibility testing and user testing. He has audited hundreds of websites from all sectors, including government, commerce and charity. For more than a year, he authored BBC Access 2.0, a blog on disability and technology, and has written for other publications including Ability Magazine.
Five ways to make usable websites for people with dyslexia
This is Dyslexia Awareness Week in the UK. World Dyslexia Awareness Day takes place on Thursday 4th October 2018. To mark the event, we’ve put together a list of actions that we can all take to make our digital content easier to use and understand…
How to make websites age-friendly
Improving web accessibility for the over-50s is a case of digiboom or bust. The over-50s are almost a third of the UK population. They are online and they are spending money – £14.45 billion on the web in 2015 alone. 76% shop online at least…
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