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Laura Clark

Vice President, United Kingdom
Author's Email: lclark@abledocs.com
Laura Clark is AbleDocs' Vice President for the United Kingdom. In her role, she manages the U.K. office while growing and promoting the AbleDocs brand across the region. Laura’s passion for accessibility stems from wanting to make a genuine difference in the lives of people with disabilities. She believes in removing digital barriers, campaigning for improvements, and finding solutions for universal accessibility. Before joining Team AbleDocs, Laura ran a web accessibility company. She also worked as a consultant at the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) focusing on quality, accessibility, and project management before officially joining the RNIB web team.

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Everything you need to know about the European Accessibility Act

Posted in Digital Accessibility on June 14, 2022

What is the European Accessibility Act? In 2019, a directive was passed in the EU, which states that, by law, private company websites, apps, interactive information screens and interactive self-service...

How universal accessibility promotes employment opportunities

Posted in Digital Accessibility on February 16, 2022

In our last post, we talked about accessibility as it relates to education. In this post, we’re moving into the next step of the employment cycle – getting a job....

Accessibility and Education in The U.K.

Posted in Digital Accessibility on December 1, 2021

User experience and accessibility are at the forefront of branding, marketing, and connecting education to the public. While webpage accessibility is increasingly discussed and starting to be considered, digital accessibility,...

Dispelling Accessibility Myths: PDF/UA vs. WCAG

Posted in Digital Accessibility on October 5, 2021

Accessing information digitally is a vital part of taking part in modern society. As responsible information creators, it's essential to ensure digital documents are accessible for those with visual or...