Compliance with accessibility rules

Websites used to be made with fixed designs, fonts, font sizes and colours. That made them inaccessible to the visually impaired. Then came a set of international standards (available from the Equality and Human Rights Commission)  that mean all websites can be shrunk and enlarged, read out loud by screen …

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Online journalism: more than writing for the web

log book

The Lady Godiva story has long been used as an example in journalism training – this was the case when Chris Wheal started the then Periodical Training Council (PTC) log-book training scheme in 1987. This site updates the Lady Godiva story to show how journalists need to work differently online: …

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