Helping blind and partially sighted users get the most out of digital communications

A Partially sighted woman sitting on sofa looking at her Android smartphone at close up

Following on from my last post, I want to share with you another project that’s been keeping me from blogging lately. For the past couple of months I’ve been working with residents at Queen Mother Gardens, a sheltered housing centre for blind and partially sighted people run by New Outlook housing association. Here’s what I’ve learned so far about helping blind and partially sighted users access digital communications.

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What my pet cat Zelda can teach us about improving website accessibility and search visibility

White cat sitting on flowery green travel bag

If I told you there was one simple change you can make that will help more visitors find your website, would you believe me? Today I’d like to let you know how adding descriptive information to the images you use on your website can help boost your website’s accessibility and help your content stand out in Google search results.

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