Getting your GDPR policies in accessible formats

By Katy Brickley|May 23, 2018|Accessibility, Audio, Braille, E-text, Easy Read, Large Print, Podcast, Uncategorized|0 comments

We hope you’re nearly there with your own preparations for GDPR, coming into force on 25 May. But please don’t forget your print-disabled customers, as they’ll need to read GDPR policies too. For support making your policy documents accessible for your blind and print disabled contacts, get in touch – we’re happy to help! For example, why not get your GDPR policy statement transcribed into Audio format and uploaded to

Read More

GDPR and access – find out what your clients really want

By Katy Brickley|May 22, 2018|Accessibility, Audio, Braille, E-text, Easy Read, Large Print, Uncategorized|0 comments

Contacting your clients about GDPR? Find out their preferred format at the same time. Did you know that not all blind people read Braille? Some people may prefer Large Print, Audio or E Text formats. Some of your customers with failing eyesight might not even be aware of the opportunity to read information in Large Print. And don’t forget that Easy Read format is an increasingly popular way for people with learning disabilities

Read More

GDPR at A2i: we’re updating our privacy policy

By Katy Brickley|May 14, 2018|blog, Uncategorized|0 comments

In the last few weeks, you’ve probably been receiving a fair few emails from companies and organisations checking whether you still want to receive their newsletters and updates. This is because the law is changing with the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), coming into effect on the 25 May 2018. This means that – alongside other businesses and organisations across the continent – we need to

Read More

Picture this! Making images accessible

By Katy Brickley|May 11, 2018|Accessibility, Audio, blog, Braille, E-text, Large Print, Tactile|0 comments

  Have you ever thought about how blind and partially sighted people access images? When clients send us documents to transcribe, they often assume we simply omit images. But it’s actually a bit more complicated than that… When we transcribe a document into an accessible format, we strive to create equal access to information. As such, when we come across an image we ask ourselves what the author of the

Read More