Graeme Coleman joins TetraLogical

Graeme Coleman, formerly of The Digital Media Access Group at the University of Dundee, and the Paciello Group, has joined TetraLogical as Accessibility Specialist.

Léonie and Ian are delighted to welcome Graeme to our growing team.

New international accessibility alliance

TetraLogical, Infoaxia and Equal Entry Announce a new international accessibility alliance to enable global organisations to navigate regional regulatory and cultural accessibility standards.

Continue reading about the new international accessibility alliance.

Accessibility 2020

Léonie Watson, Director at TetraLogical, will be speaking at Accessibility 2020.

The sold-out event – hosted by Siteimprove with speakers from TetraLogical, Siteimprove and Middlesex University – will include discusions on the current and future climate of accessibility and how to build a framework for your own organisation.

Ian Pouncey joins TetraLogical

Ian Pouncey, formerly of Yahoo!, BBC, and The Paciello Group, has joined TetraLogical as co-director alongside Léonie Watson.

W3C Workshop on Inclusive Design for Immersive Web Standards

Léonie Watson, Director at TetraLogical, is Chair of the W3C Workshop on Inclusive Design for Immersive Web Standards, held on 5 and 6 November in Seattle WA.

The workshop brings together people from accessibility and XR (virtual, augmented, and mixed reality) to share existing knowledge, identify gaps, and explore new solutions for making inclusive XR - XR that has been created through inclusive design.

TetraLogical creates Alexa skill for Herbal essences

To celebrate World Sight Day, Herbal Essences has launched an Alexa skill to help consumers discover the Herbal essences Bio:renew range and choose the perfect hair care product. Designed and built by TetraLogical, the Alexa skill can describe the different Bio:renew collections, suggest which products are suitable based on hair type or desired result, and answer questions including how to tell Herbal Essences bottles apart – even when you can’t see them!

Public Sector Accessibility Regulations

A new law concerning the accessibility of public sector websites and mobile apps came into effect in 2018. This article explains what the legislation means, what’s included and what isn’t, and the deadlines by which all public sector websites and mobile apps must comply.

Continue reading Public Sector Accessibility Regulations.

TetraLogical added to the UK Government G-Cloud Framework

TetraLogical has been added to the UK Government G-Cloud Framework, where we provide accessibility services for the UK public sector. You can find information about the services we provide on the GOV.UK Digital Marketplace.

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