Mobile UX – orientation

A wheelchair user with a tablet mounted in front of them oriented to landscape mode.

Today I was asked by a client about mobile UX design as it relates to phone orientation. The app in question didn’t break the WCAG Guidelines (especially 1.3.4) as it was still functional in both portrait and landscape modes. It is a good app though, well designed for enjoyable use in portrait mode. When flipped […]

A dyslexia infographic

An image of a book shop window. There is a circle of books all resting on each other. Behind you can see the books for sale in the shop.

For Dyslexia Awareness Week we have created a 5 minutes overview of this very common form of cognitive diversity.

More than Normal

A boy, midair above the ocean grabbing both feet behind him

With Dyslexia Awareness Week underway this week, I thought I would share some personal insights from my home on dyslexia, the over-rated concept of ‘normal’ and adapting to difference.

How my dyslexia has shaped me – Sam’s Story

A woman in mid 40s looking up and smiling wearing a black and white jacket. She has a name tag on which reads "Samantha Fletcher"

Samantha is the Community Lead for our neuro-diverse community in the Open Inclusion panel. She is also Head of Fellowship Services at RSA, London and has an MA in Disability Studies. She has been involved volunteering for and working with dyslexia organisations for over 20 years. As part of Dyslexia Awareness Week #positivedyslexia2017 she would […]