Catch up on the short reviews we do for Internet Retailing Magazine. May’s edition looked at Next.co.uk.
Our monthly review for Internet Retailing for May was on Aldi and their new wine e-commerce website.
The United Arab Emirates is a tremendously exciting, ambitious country and Dubai, as host of the Expo 2020, has the opportunity to show the world the result of their efforts and vision for the future. A few years ago the Dubai Government initiated the MyCommunity programme of projects to promote the participation and inclusion of persons with disabilities in the community. The goal is eliminating all obstacles that may stand in the way of persons with disabilities engaging in their environments.
Round the world in 8 Days We are pleased to say we can conclude our round the world airline accessibility review, having looked at the six airlines (one from each continent) to see how they have approached the new US … Continued
In our last review in our round the world airline website accessibility we look to the Far East with Singapore Airlines. As one of the top airlines in the world for customer service, we have high expectations but does that translate into an accessible experience in the real world?
Coming towards the end of our round the world airline accessibility review, it’s time to head down under and see how Qantas have performed in delivering the accessibility guidelines. We had a good feeling about Latam Airlines so can Qantas keep up and deliver a great and accessible booking experience?
Following on in our series on airline web accessibility, we turn our attention to Latam Airlines which operate out of South America. Can the South Americans out-perform their North American cousins or the Europeans?
Part 4 of our series on airline accessibility sees us look at Ethiopian Airlines for the African representation. So far we have seen sites that would fail and audit and are therefore won’t comply with the new DOT web accessibility legislation. Can Ethiopian Airlines do any better and be a serious contender?
We turn to Europe for our second airline website accessibility review, and take a look at Norwegian Air.
We start off our review of airline website accessibility with one based in the US, the country that started it all: Delta.
US DOT now requires airlines flying into the US to have accessible websites. Over the coming days, we’ll evaluate six of them.
A voyeuristic tale of parcel delivery.