Neurodiversity is not a well known term. It’s used to reflect one the diversity of ways people’s brain functions. There is no ‘normal’ or ‘right’ way. People with autism, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) or dyslexia are part of this neurodiversity.
Thursday, May 21 2020, marks the ninth Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access/inclusion and people with different disabilities.
The Digital team celebrated the day with a session opened to all the Scottish Enterprise staff.
When you hear ‘disability’ you usually think: Wheelchair. But In the UK, 93–95% of people with disabilities are not wheelchair users.
A short post to help define these terms
Last November, we used this website to tell the story and provide evidences for our project Find Business Support (FBS) during our Beta Digital First Assessment.
FindBusinessSupport.gov.scot launched as a public Beta on 22 January.
Measuring how our service is performing is very important. So is being transparent about that.
We’ve had analytics in place since day 1.
So here’s the numbers.
Tube maps are a good way to layout a user journey. Draw.io is not the easiest tool for this, but if you want to try, here’s how.
To reach our audience, we need to do better to make sure everyone can access our posts on social media. We are planning to raise awareness within Scottish Enterprise of what needs to be done so that our communciations are accessible.
The Scottish Enterprise service design team is committed to designing in the open
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