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Alt du trenger å vite om den europeiske tilgjengelighetsloven

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on December 6, 2022

Hva er den europeiske tilgjengelighetsloven? I 2019 ble det implementert et direktiv i EU ved lov som sier at private og bedrifters nettsider, apper og interaktive informasjonsskjermer og selvbetjeningsterminaler skal...

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2023 Design Trends and Accessibility

Posted in Digital Accessibility by on November 9, 2022

In the graphic design world, trends come and go.  As we near closer to the end of the year, designers begin to think about the design trends for the next...

Illustration of a laptop with two different websites. The site on the left has an X to show it fails the accessibility check, and the site on the right has a checkmark showing that it passes. To the right of the laptop is the ADWebKey logo with a dotted line connected to the checkmark on the accessible document.

Get to know ADWebKey

Posted in Digital Accessibility, Web Accessibility by on October 11, 2022

Who is ADWebKey? WebKey IT was founded eleven years ago on the back of Dr. Vivienne Conway's Ph.D. thesis. Her studies were based on an assessment of Australia's national transition...

Does accessibility stifle the creative process?

Posted in Digital Accessibility, Web Accessibility by on September 19, 2022

Don't Shoot the Messenger Over the last 15+ years I have regularly presented at accessibility conferences and have also conducted several training sessions on the topic of creating accessible digital...

How Universal Accessibility Is Driving Digital Banking

Posted in Document Accessibility by on September 7, 2022

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digitally friendly content and communications have become a requirement for a competitive customer experience and increasing customer retention. What does this mean for the banking...

From Guidelines to Regulatory Requirement: Inclusivity in Financial Services

Posted in Document Accessibility by on August 3, 2022

Big changes are on the horizon for financial service firms in the United Kingdom (U.K.), and we’re breaking down what’s happening and what it means for you. What’s happening? Last...