Accessibility Scotland was founded on ideas of both inclusion and community.
We are lucky to have a supportive and generous community.
Without the support of the following organisation’s Accessibility Scotland could not have happened.
Incremental Group is a digital technology company that works with many oil and gas, manufacturing, commercial, not for profit and public sector organisations to deliver the digital enterprise, step by step.
Incremental provides Microsoft Dynamics, Intelligence, Cloud, Applications and Consultancy services. These services are delivered by a rapidly growing team of digital specialists in Glasgow, Inverurie, Northwich, London and Manchester.
Through acquisitions and organic growth, Incremental has become one of the largest and best equipped Microsoft Dynamics Partners in the UK with 125 staff.
The Paciello Group
The Paciello Group (TPG) is a world-class accessibility solutions provider with a reputation for excellence. We help clients achieve end-to-end accessibility in their digital assets and assist in embedding accessibility into their processes and procedures.
Universal Accessibility is a small Edinburgh-based consultancy with a highly specialised focus on user experience and digital accessibility.
We can work with you from concept to delivery, helping you open up your digital products and services to more people with a wider range of abilities.
We’re trusted by a range of organisations including Apple Inc. and The Scottish Government.
Orde Saunders is a consultant webmaster who specialises in accessibility, SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), performance and analytics. He has helped clients such as FanDuel, Sky and Tesco Bank to improve the accessibility of their web presence and can bring that experience to help you with yours. If you want to get more from your site but aren’t sure where to start, then he can work with you to produce a strategy. If you have a specific problem, then he can work with you to deliver a detailed solution – get in touch!
The University of Edinburgh
Thank you to the University of Edinburgh for filming the speaker talks at this year’s Accessibility Scotland.