Ken Reid details three simple ways to make your online content accessible to screen reader users. Part of the #TechTuesdays series.
#TechTuesdays The Ramble Tag Guidance Aid Meet the inventor: a Q&A with Laura Maclean, one half of the Ramble Tag team. by Carolyn Scott | 26th February 2019 “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” This quote, often (perhaps wrongly) attributed to…
by Carolyn Scott | Sometimes a new website or resource comes along and you just think “this is just perfect”! I remember thinking that the first time I looked at the Vital Tech website.
This week’s #TechTuesday looks at how beacon technology can empower those with vision impairments and transform indoor navigation.
#TechTuesdays is a new weekly blog and vlog from SCOVI. This week we look at the Welcome App by Neatebox and how it can break down societal barriers for people with vision impairments.
Deafblind Scotland Chief Executive The following content is taken from the Deafblind Scotland Website CE 1 Salary Scale point 55-62 £48,391-56,724 Deafblind Scotland is a national charity whose sole focus is to improve the lives of adults who have lost, or are…
A court in the US has ruled in favour of a visually impaired man who filed a federal lawsuit against Domino’s Pizza over their inaccessible mobile app and website.
Forth Valley Sensory Centre are jumping into the new year in a ground-breaking way, literally, as SCOVI Co-Convener and Forth Valley Sensory Centre manager, Jacquie Winning, explains…
Scottish Social Enterprise Neatebox has won the prestigious international Zero Project Award for Innovative Practice & Policies for their Welcome App.
Parkwood Entertainment, the American management and entertainment company founded by American singer Beyoncé, is facing legal action over failure to provide an accessible website for VI users.