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Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2022

GAAD takes place on May 19th this year and we’d like to encourage all our readers to take part so that we can build […]

What Does EPUB 3.3 Mean For Accessibility?

The publishing community eagerly awaits the new version of the EPUB standard, EPUB 3.3, the related EPUB 1.1 accessibility specification and the updated version […]

Creators and Creatives Seek to Make Children’s Books Accessible to All Readers

This article was written by Chloe Johnson (@ladychloestark) and published in The Bookseller on March 28th, 2022. Inclusive Publishing are pleased to see mainstream […]

European Accessibility Act – Baseline Readiness Survey Results

The clock is ticking. The European Accessibility Act is coming and will impact the way many publishers globally produce content that is sold in […]

NNELS Accessible Publishing Summit 2022: Event Overview

Last week saw the 4th iteration of the hugely successful NNELS Accessible Publishing Summit, held virtually for the 2nd time. One of the benefits […]

Why the Right Kind of eLearning Content Is Important for an Effective Training Program

Coming up with impactful eLearning content can be a complicated process with different facets to it. It is essential to create eLearning content that arouses the […]

2021 DAISY Information Sharing Day (W)

Towards the end of 2021 we held a special DAISY Information Sharing Day webinar. Maarten Verboom, President of The DAISY Consortium, opened the session […]

Inclusive Publishing 2021 Annual Review

It’s been a busy year for Inclusive Publishing. As we look forward to 2022, Richard Orme, CEO of The DAISY Consortium, reflects on some of this […]

EU Accessibility Act: Update (W)

In our series of free weekly webinars December 1st saw a session focused on the European Accessibility Act giving us a chance to check-in and […]

How Publishers Can Get Alt Text Right

Readers of a certain age may remember early ebooks that had black rectangles in place of the images. (They were rendered as such because […]