Moving house is probably not the top of everyone’s to-do list during a global pandemic, but once you’ve spent a month in lockdown, you begin to realise just how tiny your house really is.
After weeks of screaming about how I swear we had more floor space than this, or has that wall moved closer? I knew it was time to start looking. After some convincing, my partner agreed that maybe we could take a look at a few houses and see how we felt.
We began viewing houses just after the government announced it was safe to do so again at the beginning of June. Now, usually the viewing part of house buying is the fun part, and it was…to an extent. …
For visually impaired, dyslexic or autistic users, accessing text online can be difficult.
For some it’s as simple as making the font size bigger, but other impaired users may rely on a screen reader to help them browse.
There are two ways in which a screen reader can be used. It can read text aloud to a user or it can be used alongside an external brail translation device. Either way, these amazing pieces of tech are making life so much easier for lots of people — something which any modern business should factor in to their online presence.
However, we need to do more, there are lots of websites that aren’t optimised for screen readers or users with disabilities in general, but there are plenty of simple solutions! …
I currently work as a Creative Specialist for a tech company, despite the fancy title what I basically do is copywriting. I often get a lot of questions from people not knowing what a copywriter is or does, so I’m here to clear it up!
Do you just copy things down all day?
This is a common question I get asked when telling people about what I do for a living, and as easy as that sounds, that’s not quite it!
What I actually do is create all of the written content for websites, sculpting all the information from customers to build them a beautifully written and structured site. …