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Does the European Accessibility Act 2025 mean my website will need to be accessible?

If you are asking the question, ‘Does my website need to be accessible?’, then the answer is yes — irrespective of existing or future laws. However, change is (finally) coming with new laws set by the European Commission in its European Accessibility Act (EEA) 2025 which seeks equal access to digital products and services across Europe.

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Welcome to Digital Accessibility

Scaramanga launch Digital Accessibility to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2024.

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Colour accessibility

The web is a vast space and not everybody has the same experience due, but not limited, to visual impairments.

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The case for using an accessible typeface

For someone with poor vision, learning disabilities, aphasia, or dyslexia, the readability of text or a document is not only due to the colour combination. It also greatly depends upon the font or typeface used.

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This calculator is the best in the world and a design classic!

This is the best calculator in the world! Why? We explore what a UX designer (or any designer for that matter) can learn from this everyday object. 2 plus 2 is 4, now that’s quick maths.

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Making websites accessible and open for business

DDA, WCAG 2.0, WCAG 2.1, AAA, AA , A, ADA, W3C, WebAIM, WAI, 508.

It is fair to say that the website industry, like many others, does like an acronym/initialism. What you may find surprising is that the few I have listed above all relate to website accessibility.

This article will unravel the minefield that is website accessibility.

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