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Abby Shillaker

Abby Shillaker

Marketing and Communications Executive.

Recent Posts:

TechShare Pro 2020 - Creating Accessible Content

In November 2020, members of the Jadu team attended TechShare Pro, an annual accessibility and inclusive design conference hosted by AbilityNet. The event focuses on offering insights and knowledge to attendees on creating and delivering digitally inclusive web content. 1 in 5 people have an impairment or disability, so making sure your platforms are accessible for all is crucial.

New Vuelio integration publishes press releases directly to Jadu websites

A new integration enables Vuelio, a platform used to create, schedule and send press releases to journalists, to simultaneously publish press releases on Jadu sites.

TechShare Pro 2020 - Making Social Media Accessible

In November 2020, members of the Jadu team attended TechShare Pro, an annual accessibility and inclusive design conference hosted by AbilityNet. The event focuses on offering insights and knowledge to attendees on creating and delivery digitally inclusive web content. Here are some key takeaways from the session ‘Making Social Media Accessible’, to help you make your accounts accessible to all:

Socitm: The Reset Phase and How it’s Shaping Up

During the COVID-19 pandemic, councils have had to react quickly and efficiently to launch new services, move staff members to new departments to support increased demand and work remotely. But as the pandemic began to plateau, we observed a reset beginning to happen in local government, as councils finally had a chance to step back and assess the current situation, and how their new operations were fairing up.

Accessibility Statements: What you need to know

Accessibility has never been so important, it’s also a requirement and for certain organisations, the law.

Medway Council: Bringing Everything Together

During the COVID-19 pandemic, councils have had to react quickly and efficiently to launch new services, move staff members to new departments to support increased demand and work remotely. New services they needed to launch early on included; supplying Business Grant forms, supporting vulnerable residents, delivering food parcels and waste management services.

Jadu focuses on three core principles to support customers and community

We’re a small team at Jadu - mainly designers and developers, project managers and testers - so when our CEO Suraj Kika laid out three core principles that will guide the company through the next few months, it provided important focus. We’re good at making tools and supporting our customers to make best use of those tools.

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