A2i launches new website

By Katy Brickley|June 9, 2017|blog, Uncategorized|0 comments

We’re delighted to launch our new, user-friendly website, packed full of resources and advice to help you reach your blind, partially-sighted and print-disabled customers and end-users. You may have already noticed it, but we’ve been hard a work re-designing our website which we hope you’ll find much easier to use. The site now offers: easier to find information in a more intuitive format a resources page offering guidance such as our ‘Guidelines

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How to write an alternative formats statement [template]

By Katy Brickley|June 2, 2017|Accessibility, Audio, blog, Braille, E-text, Easy Read, Large Print|0 comments

It may seem an odd question, but just how accessible is your statement about your document’s accessibility? We often find that document accessibility statements like ‘this information is available in alternative formats on request’ are in a tiny, hard-to-read font or colour, often hidden away at the back of the document – when they should be front and centre! If you’ve already made the effort to produce your information in

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Are you reaching all print-disabled customers?

By Katy Brickley|June 2, 2017|Audio, blog, Easy Read, Large Print|0 comments

Do you have customers with dyslexia or learning difficulties who might also benefit from accessible formats? Although most of the recipients of our transcriptions have sight loss, many are sighted, but are described as having a ‘print-disability’. But what does ‘print-disabled’ actually mean? “A print disabled person is a person who cannot effectively read print because of a visual, physical, perceptual, developmental, cognitive or learning disability.” So the term ‘print-disabled’

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