What’s new with the Web Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.1

W3C, the World Wide Web consortium, created in 1999 the first version of WCAG [w’kæg], the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, in order to make online content accessible to all (i.e including people with disabilities). W3C defines disability as follows: “Blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities,…


Is Lieutenant Uhura on the UX Team? Localisation, Culture and User Experience Roundtable @ University of Bourgogne, France (T2M Conference 2018)

We’ve enjoyed a very positive and growing relationship with the University of Bourgogne, France. In 2016 we began to work with a Masters course intern in their Multimedia Translation course who made exceptional progress and did an outstanding job, really enjoyed her introduction to UX and continued to work with Visionär on a project for Capita Travel.…

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Making visionä More Accessible

As user experience is key for Visionär, we have decided to take a step forward in making our services and designs accessible to all. The current Visionär website was created a few years ago to echo our values and share our care for clients. That said, it needed to be updated to be available to…

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