Research

Here at All Able, we are committed to constantly improving our services and advancing our understanding. As such we are often researching new avenues to help us better understand our customers needs and ways in which we can improve services.

Accessibility Statements Research

One of the things we are most well known for is our international leading research on the adoption of accessibility statements across the UK. We regularly update this research to help monitor the growing levels of compliance and to identify trends or issues that may need addressing.

November 2020 update on UK accessibility statement compliance. The end of 1 year of monitoring

May 2020 update to our European leading accessibility statements research including the UK and other countries

October 2019 update to our UK accessibility statements research

Our original September 2019 UK accessibility statements research

Tactile Maps

All Able are running a pilot study looking at how context affects tactile map effectiveness.

All Able are working with the University of Kent to develop a campus map for all.

Other Research

The CDDO have provided a report on the 2020-2021 monitoring period with interesting findings for all those looking at complying with the digital accessibility regulations.

All Able is working with the Thomas Pocklington Trust to conduct a unique piece of research looking into the support for vision impaired students and the accessibility of the digital student experience.

Disproportionate burden claims lacking evidence are a common sight. All Able have identified some of the most common pitfalls.

Joining a new organisation or just want to better consider how you are including digital accessibility across your work? Consider these 103 questions

As part of George's PhD he looked at the prevalence of Braille guides, signage and tactile maps at English Heritage sites.