Meet transcriber, Liam Wood

By Katy Brickley|January 21, 2017|Staff|0 comments

Liam joined A2i 18 months ago, with a background in sales and customer service. Liam’s faster than lightening to pick up the phone, so he’s probably answered your query if you’ve called the office recently! In just this short time, Liam has become proficient in reading Braille and is currently working towards RNIB’s Certificate in Contracted Braille (UEB). Liam is particularly adept at overseeing the production of our audiobooks – so

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Make your tweets more accessible

By Susie Fisher|May 18, 2016|Uncategorized|0 comments

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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