RNIB website redesign to put accessibility first and foremost

The Royal National Institute of the Blind has appointed digital media group cScape with the aim of launching an on-line domain that will set a new standard for accessibility.

Appointed following a three- way pitch, the consultancy will work closely with RNIB’s in-house design team to redesign its website, www.rnib.org.uk, before next spring. The charity, which offers information, support and advice to people with sight problems, intends to overhaul the accessibility and navigation to the site.

‘We want to show how you can best use normal technology with a bit of thought to create an exemplary website for accessibility,’ says Fazilet Hadi,

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