Articles for the ‘Innovation’ Category

Measuring your return on investment from improving accessibility – Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast 6

The business case for accessibility is really important for motivating organisations to invest in improving the accessibility of their digital products. But the identification and measurement of the return on that investment is the thing that will keep them making accessibility a priority over time. So in this month’s podcast we’re talking about all the different ways you can capture whether the time and money that you’ve spent on accessibility has been worth it.  We’ve some great insights on: how accessibility can turn reputational challenges to PR wins; how accessibility can help maximise your number of customers, and minimise the costs of customer service; does accessibility really improve your SEO; and can accessibility help you recruit and retain a diverse workforce. Check it out here…

Tags: ,

What’s new in Accessibility in 2019 – enabling technologies and ATs

In my follow-up blog to ‘Inclusive Design goes mainstream in 2019’ I’m looking at the multiple layers of technology that are needed to deliver an accessible digital experience to people with impairments. Each year more and more organisations wake up to accessibility, in every layer of this ecosystem. Big breakthroughs and innovations are happening in Underlying Technologies & Devices, Operating System features, and Assistive Technologies. Here’s the latest on what’s happening in hearables, wearables, eHealth, VR, AR, AI and 5G, and how they could create opportunities for you in 2019…

Tags: , , , , , , ,

The future of accessibility – Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast Episode 2

Welcome to episode 2 of our Digital Accessibility Experts Podcast, on the future of accessibility. Could we get browser creators to create better native controls so people don’t have to roll their own? Are accessible component libraries going to change everything? Could personalisation give everyone interfaces that are fully designed for them? Is accessibility now cool? And do Hassell Inclusion’s team really want to be out of jobs because they’ve helped accessibility become “just the way people work”? Find out here…

Tags: , , , , , ,