Website accessibility

We are committed to making A2i’s website as accessible as possible to all users including people with disabilities. We have therefore designed our website to meet Level AA of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. We believe our site meets all the criteria listed for Level AA conformance. For example, we always use Alt tags for all images, except where an image is for visual effect only, or where

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A2i’s Intro Video

Here’s the full script of A2i’s Introduction Video: A2i – making information accessible So your customers need alternative formats 2 access your information? You’ve come to the right place – for a transcription service that is professional “our experts have been producing alternative formats since 1999” prompt “we work super-fast, with most orders dispatched in 3 to 4 working days” personal “we can always chat about your bespoke documents and

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Celebration and Thanks for 18 Years of Business

We had a fantastic celebration last night at The Gallimaufry. It was amazing to see so many people there who’ve been involved in A2i in some way. I would just like to say three massive thank yous… Thank you to everyone who has helped me pray about the big decisions, and helped me make the right decisions. Thanks to everyone who’s given me advice, in particular Fiona Fraser, Matt and

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A2i turns 18!

This year we’re celebrating our 18th birthday, and we’ll be marking this occasion with a big celebration in August! We thought our 18th would be an ideal chance to give something back to our community, so we’re also celebrating by offering 18 gifts to local organisations and businesses in Bristol. We hope they will help create a more accessible environment, while spreading awareness of sight loss.  They include… A Braille Menu

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A2i’s story

Susie Fisher started the company in 1999 from a small bedroom! Now many times bigger, you can read the full story here… The idea… Back in 1999 I worked in a university’s disability department, and was asked by a tutor to transcribe some course material into Braille. The internet was still quite new, and I could hardly find any suppliers online, let alone anyone who could produce work quickly. I realised

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Make your tweets more accessible

Calling all Twitter users! Do you want to make your tweets more accessible to your blind and partially-sighted followers? Twitter has recently introduced a new and simple feature to make tweeted images more accessible… By giving users the option of adding descriptions (known as ‘alt-text’) to images in tweets, Twitter has taken significant steps to making social media a more equal and accessible environment for all users. As Twitter says

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