InterAccess are working on mobile app accessibility testing for AIB

AIB Mobile App and Banking platform testing

InterAccess will soon be working with AIB in testing their AIB Mobile Banking app (iOS)/ AIB banking (Android) as well as undertaking WCAG 2.1 audits of their AIB internet banking system. We have undertaken user testing previously and are happy that AIB are actively working to insure their banking apps and platforms are accessible to the broadest range of users, …

InterAccess are working with HMH on eLearning platform accessibility

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

InterAccess are delighted to announce that we are working as accessibility partners with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in Dublin. We are working on testing the accessibility of their various learning platforms, user testing for issues relating to Ed – Your Friend in Learning – an online teaching and learning system, and the Responsive Content Engine (RCE) a rendering engine for all …

New Responsive Aer Lingus project

We are really happy to be again working with Aer Lingus on their Responsive design project. Aer Lingus are committed to ensuring their website and services are accessible to people with disabilities and users of Assistive Technology. We are working with them on the create of accessible user stories, and acceptance criteria for a range of accessibility and responsive requirements …

Interaccess are working the NTA on the project

Accessible PDFs for NTA

InterAccess are helping the National Transport Authority (NTA) create accessible PDFs as a part of their information campaign “A better bus network for Dublin” – this relates also to the Bus Connects project that InterAccess worked on, also by creating accessible PDF, HTML and audio files.

Accessibility training with VSWare – Education platform

VSWare is a platform providing realtime data for secondary schools teachers and parents. It allows them to track attendance, assessments and other important school and pupil information via a dashboard. InterAccess are very happy to have been working with VSware and providing web accessibility training on WCAG 2.1, accessible web development, accessible JavaScript and VUE for their design and developer …

Interaccess are working the NTA on the project

Working with NTA on

InterAccess are very happy to announce that we are working with the National Transport Authority (NTA) on the project, which aims to overhaul the current bus system in the Dublin region. The NTA are committed to ensuring the website and related maps and other documentation are accessible to the widest audience including blind, low-vision, keyboard only and switch users.

InterAccess are partnering with Open Inclusion in the UK

Partnering with Open Inclusion in the UK

InterAccess are very happy to announce that we are partnering with Open Inclusion consultancy in the UK. Open Inclusion work with world-leading organisations and contribute to international and national accessibility standards and guidelines such as BS 8878, the British Standard on Web Accessibility. They have a diverse background encompassing: user research, user experience, visual design, innovation, digital and physical prototyping …

Airline Industry takes accessibility seriously.

The Airline Industry and Accessibility

Some exciting things are happening with accessibility in the airline industry. InterAccess have been for the last 6 months working with award winning Irish software company ‘Datalex’ who were voted the ‘World’s Leading Travel Merchandising Solution Provider’ at the 2014 World Travel Awards. Datalex build the retail platforms that power the websites of Aer Lingus, Air China, Air Transat, Brussels Airlines, …

InterAccess is working for the man.

Working with Revenue and the new MyAccount portal

InterAccess is working for the man. We just finished accessibility consultancy work on the new ‘MyAccount’ portal for the Irish Revenue commissioners. While arguably not the glamorous side of Inclusive Design, Revenue perform an important social function and over the years have proven themselves to be committed to ensuring that their services are inclusive – and we can all rightly …