Our video series aims to increase awareness of the challenges, and misconceptions surrounding digital accessibility and to highlight some of the great work that is already being done to improve digital experiences for all users.
Episode 3 highlights the vital difference that accessible digital experiences make to accessible software users The benefits to organisations, in providing all of their users with accessible experiences, from reputational to inspirational, are explored by accessibility experts from a variety of organisations including Hertfordshire Council, DWP, HMRC, DotJay and Tetralogical.
Next episode – Episode 4: Embedding Accessibility In Your Organisational Culture
Invotra Consulting offer accessibility workshops to upskill your organisation with the training needed to provide an accessible experience to all of your users and employees.
Workshops are delivered remotely, using Zoom.
All of our workshops come with 3 hours support for Q&A
Workshops will be added to shared accessibility customer portal for use after the training
Episode 2 features accessibility users sharing their experiences of the challenges of inaccessible digital platforms and websites. Experts from a variety of organisations including RNIB, East Herts Council, DWP and HMRC as well as numerous assisted software users, also highlight the challenges faced by organisations in providing accessible experiences.
Episode 1 features accessibility experts from a variety of organisations including RNIB, DWP and HMRC, as well as numerous assisted software users, who all focus on the importance of accessibility, what it means to them and how more needs to be done to increase awareness and action change.
This video trailer introduces many of the accessible users and experts who are helping us to highlight the importance of accessibility and what more needs to be done to increase awareness and action change.
Invotra is passionate about helping organisations to achieve a great experience for 100% of users. For over 5 years, Invotra has been solving communications and collaborations challenges for the public sector, currently supplying services to over 47% of UK civil servants as well as local authorities and ALBS.