Here’s a round-up of some of our news, views and client work…

New disability emojis

New disability emojis to show their faces in late-2019

Love them or hate them, emojis are growing from strength to strength.  There are currently 2,623 official unicode emojis and they are incredibly well-used. The average number of emojis sent on Facebook each day is 60 million. Whilst the average number sent on Facebook Messenger each day is a mind-boggling five billion! OMG!

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Complete the ClickAway Pound Survey 2019 now

In 2016 the first ever ClickAway Pound Survey gave a fascinating insight into the world of online shopping for people with disabilities.   The results didn’t make for great reading. The survey found that: 1 million people in the UK have impairments that affect the way they use the Internet.


Platinum, a book celebrating the CIPR's 70th Anniversary

Platinum is a new book from the CIPR showcasing excellence in public relations. Edited by Stephen Waddington Found.Chart.PR Hon FCIPR, Platinum is the story of the CIPR as told by its members, including our very own Catherine Grinyer and Gavin B. Harris. 

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Looking at diversity through the PRCA PR and Communications Census 2018

The PRCA’s PR and Communications Census is out. Here’s a quick review of some of the key points from the census that are worth highlighting, with a particular focus on the diversity of the industry.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Eight simple steps to make your digital communications more accessible

It was Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) last Thursday. It was great to see everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital accessibility and inclusion and to celebrate, we've written eight quick steps you can follow to make your digital communications more accessible.

Accessibility emojis

Apple pushes for greater representation of people with disabilities

Apple are calling for more inclusive emojis, we explore the benefits of normalising disability and making everyone realise that it's an everyday thing for the one billion people around the world who have a disability.

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