• Shaw Trust Accessibility Services partner with Goss Consultancy Ltd across the public, private and not for profit sectors. The collaboration enables the team to provide a professional accessibility service, reaching and engaging with the widest audience possible for its clients.

  • The webinar, for all interested in web content and accessibility, is held on July 15th at 11am. The WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0) and Accessibility Best Practice are considered, to help those seeking to understand the best in website accessibility.

  • Our busy lifestyles and the ability to search for the best deals means shopping online even in summer is often the easiest option and we have all seen how this has impacted on the high-street.

    For those with disabilities and impairments, online shopping can be even more important.  According to DLF (Disability Living Foundation) there are over 6.9 million disabled people of working age, representing 19% of the working population. Some may not have the opportunity to get to the high street, whilst others find   high-street shops  inaccessible, and many disabled people certainly find purchasing online helps to support their independent living.

    Websites that are not designed with accessibility in mind prevent large numbers of people from accessing your goods and services. So can you afford not to be accessible? 

  • Join our free webinar highlighting the latest and most effective accessibility tools designed to support in-house digital content development.

    The webinar covers how to use the most effective tools to ensure your content inclusive for all. 

  • The Shaw Trust Accessibility Team is proud to be taking part in this year's Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) on 19th May.

    The Accessibility Service, based in Neath, Wales, will be supporting GAAD by offering a free webinar on developing accessible PDF documents in line with WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

  • Disabled Access Day 09 March 2016

    Disabled Access Day sponsored by Euan's Guide.

    The accessibility team is inviting organisations to an advice session where they can learn about improving their on-line and off-line accessibility.

  • Shaw Trust was delighted to attend and speak at The Skillcast Annual Summit. It took place at the heart of London's busy business district in the Gherkin, designed by famed architect Sir Norman Foster.

  • Shaw Trust was kindly invited to the launch event at  VisitScotland's Accessible Tourism Destination Pilot Project which we attended this month, in a humid yet buzzing Glasgow city centre. Housed in the beautiful interior of the Café Bar at Hutcheson's, the awareness event was attended by many representatives of Glasgow's travel sector.

  • Need an online tool that will help you keep track of your cash and is accessible? Read our guide - Accessible budgeting tools: managing money for the disabled.

  • The UK Government is pushing to move services online with the aim of going 'digital by default'. The benefits of 'digital by default' are obvious, reduced costs and convenience for customers. But what are the implications for the disabled and can 'digital by default' be accessible?

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