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16 May 06, 2:29 PM - The Well Adjusted Campaign

Posted by Vaughan

What on earth is the Well Adjusted Campaign?

Well, it's all about web accessibility for people with communication disabilities - dyslexia, poor or partial vision, and visual stress. Launched at the start of May in a partnership between the British Dyslexia Association and ICSA (the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators), and aims to raise awareness of the fact that businesses are currently missing out because nearly 20% of their customers can't use their inaccessible websites. They've also published their Top 10 Reasonable Adjustments to make sites and marking communications accessible.

The Well Adjusted Campaign site has information on how you can join the campaign, plus a special toolbar you can download to make reading on the web much, much easier. Worth checking out.

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