16 tools and resources for improving online accessibility
So, you’ve decided that you want to improve the accessibility of your website. Or maybe you’re not quite sure what accessibility is, but you’ve heard the term bandied about, and you’re here to find a guide that will help you get to grips with the…
How good UX can save lives
A look at how UX design impacts healthcare, automotive interfaces and emergency response technology. What do you think about when you hear the term ‘user experience’? UX often brings to mind the delight we feel from our favourite apps that smooth over complications in our…
How to design websites for blind and partially sighted people
A comprehensive guide to improving accessibility for people with visual impairments. We’ll be looking at different types of assistive technology, UX testing with blind people, content best practices and the role SEO has played in creating more accessible websites. According to the World Health Organization,…
10 website accessibility myths debunked
Web accessibility is the name given to the practice of making websites more usable and inclusive to people with disabilities. On the face of it, most people would agree that web accessibility is a good thing. But a lot of myths and misunderstandings persist about…
World Usability Day: Why Usability Matters to Executives
Seeing as today is World Usability Day, what better time to talk about usability and why executives should care about it.
The Importance of Accessibility Testing
Today, there are many things to consider when designing digital products. A delightful experience and great usability are rocketing to the top of the list as more and more companies understand that experience is a key differentiator for the modern consumer. There is, however, one critical area that can sometimes be overlooked: accessibility for people with various disabilities.
UserZoom Partners with AccessWorks
By including users with disabilities in your testing, you will learn a lot about your site, plus you will know that you are helping to ensure access for all people, regardless of their ability.
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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