Well, if you are asking, it probably isn’t. Accessibility is usually not that hard to achieve but you have to have this in mind while creating your website, not as an after thought.
This post is for people who are new to digital accessibility and want to learn how to improve it.Read More »Is my website accessible?
Communities are vital in times of crisis. This is where people found their own solutions to help each others at the start of the COVID19 pandemic, way before public services could do anything for the citizens.
We need to engage with them but we need to do it the right way.Read More »How to engage with a community?
The idea: developing a website where people can fill in forms which look like the real ones but simplified to learn and become more confident. This is Jumana Almusawi‘s idea: she contacted me about it back in February on LinkedIn.
A lot has happen since my last blog post about this. Work is nearly completed and we tested with learners on Zoom recently.Read More »Improving digital skills – a tool using the GOV.UK prototype kit – part 2
I’ve gathered these notes a while ago after reading it. I will start to put my notes from books (or recorded talks for example), as blog posts for me, but also, to be able to share with people who don’t have time to read.Read More »Good Services – Book notes
A green doughnut started a big reflection this morning. This wasn’t on my to do list for today.
Lately, I’m doing a lot outside work, all super interesting but all competing for my time. A little bit of all this has always been there but it’s growing a lot lately.Read More »Life outside work
About 1 in 7 people in Scotland can’t get online. This is about 800,000 people (more data at the end).Read More »Improving digital skills – building a tool with the GOV.UK prototype kit