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Dig Inclusion
Accessibility services for web, mobile, video, ebook, PDF – consultancy, training, testing, development
Accessibility services for web, mobile, video, ebook, PDF – consultancy, training, testing, development
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We are launching a new service! We are really excited to let all of our customers know we can now offer Video Accessibility fixing services. Head over to our blog to find out more about what Video Accessibility it is and who we have already helped.

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We've been back to the Premier League this week giving a talk to the clubs in the league. Grant also took time to pretend the trophy was his! 

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Did you know 46% of working age disabled people are out of work? Grant Broome ran a workshop with the Department of Work and Pensions this week to help their work advisors better support disabled people getting back into work. 

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Digital Inclusion was featured on Rip Off Britain today on BBC 1. Retailers are preventing people with disabilities getting special deals because they haven't taken the right steps to make sure that their applications are accessible. The segment starts at 29' 41" 

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Another fantastic video from Tinmouse Animation Studio produced for England Athletics. A great reminder and tips for anyone organizing sporting events to ensure it is inclusive for disabled participants who may have been inspired by the #Paralympics in Rio 

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The Amazon Dash button has just launched in the UK and whilst many are still wondering what it is, we're asking, how will this benefit people? #DashButton 

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The Internet is celebrating its 25th birthday so we've taken a look at some of the benefits the internet has had for people with disabilities. Why not comment and tell us how the Internet has helped you. ‪#‎InternautDay‬

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PokemonGo may be about battling but for us the real heros are Robert Gordon University working towards inclusive gaming. This week our Business and Partnership Manager Laura combined research and time with her son for this week's article on game accessibility

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RNIB and Dig Inclusion have been working closely with Virgin Atlantic to ensure their website is WCAG 2.0 compliant in readiness for the US Department of Transports new regulations which came into effect yesterday. As a result we are delighted by the accessibility and usability survey completed by Sigma - The guys at Virgin Atlantic have worked incredibly hard, their attitude and dedication to this accessibility challenge has been met. From all of us at Dig Inclusion, Well done
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