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Are there any websites you find particularly easy to use? Please add all that apply below.

Total Responses: 272
Responses with more info: 5% 14 / 272

Raw responses

Amazon: 39
EBay: 15
Google: 12
Facebook: 12
Tesco: 10
Scope: 9
Other (combined): 109

Percentage results

Amazon: 14%
EBay: 6%
Google: 4%
Facebook: 4%
Tesco: 4%
Scope: 3%
Other (combined): 40%

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  • 15th March 2020
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    I can't remember specific companies but I love it when accessibility info tab is on the top page of a website if relevant do I can navigate yo it quickly. It is also great when there are alternative means of contacting a company, or they go out of their way to enable me to contact them when they would rather phone contact.

  • 16th February 2020
    Companies: Which online streaming services do you use? (Please select any you have used in the past) | The Guardian | Streaming | Scope | BBC News | BBC Iplayer | Netflix | Twitter
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    IPlayer is particularly easy for finding TV shows, and Netflix has a lot more audio description now. My iPhone has been essential for me to be able to access websites quickly and on the go. Jaws software on my laptop allows me to do a lot more on the Internet than ever before.

  • 14th January 2020
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    yandex.com search engine. I use their email. Easy to use.

    windscribe vpn. Easy to use.

  • 03rd January 2020
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    Scope

  • 21st December 2019
    Companies: Nottingham Theatre Royal
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    They list accessibility to seats and also have a dedicated email for accessibility. Information was very easy to find.

  • 14th December 2019
    Companies: Google
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    Google is quite simple and uncomplicated to use.

  • 13th December 2019
    Companies: Very
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    Very had good webchat

  • 20th November 2019
    Companies: BBC | Twitter | Amazon | Youtube
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    I find that YouTube and the BBC have a good set of subtitling options available.

    Compared to other retail websites I find that Amazon has the best user experience, it’s easy to navigate/search for items and buy them with as few clicks as possible.

  • 20th November 2019
    Companies: Amazon | EBay | Facebook | Twitter
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    far too many to list them all.

  • 14th November 2019
    Companies: The TelegraphThe SpectatorAmazonGoogleWikipediaEnglish Law WebsitesDerby Combined Court CentreNational ExpressNational GalleryRoyal Opera HouseCo-operative TravelGov.uk
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    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/
    I enjoy reading The Telegraph On-line but was having trouble with adverts on the site that moved to the extent they were making me dizzy. I did need assistance from a computer savvy carer to get something done about this, but it is increasingly the case that the movement is suppressed and I’m not being distracted or made to feel unwell.
    https://www.spectator.co.uk
    With The Spectator I was easily able to contact them On-line re. a problem with accessing the site and it was resolved quickly and
    efficiently. In short effective use of the website is facilitated.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
    I use Wikipedia and the Google Search Engine facility to locate information and find doing so to be problem-free. As for Amazon’s website, I don’t visit it very often but when I do find the site easy to use and comprehensive.
    Government Websites are easy to use. Although they are less than great in the sense they are too general and often of limited help https://www.gov.uk/guidance/rights-of-disabled-passengers-on-transport#history is useful. Similarly, websites for looking up questions of law tend to be OK. https://courttribunalfinder.service.gov.uk/courts/derby-combined-court-centre
    In the recent past I have had reason to use the Derby Combined Court website and it is easy to use, helpful and results are positive.
    I regularly use the National Express website for booking coach tickets and am completely happy with it. In addition, the site includes a dedicated disabled persons’ facility (ADDL NX) that is excellent.
    https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk
    The National Gallery website is professional, nicely set out and easy to use.
    https://www.roh.org.uk
    The Royal Opera House website is easy to use and contains a lot of information on access, disability provision and concessions for disabled-plus-carer.
    https://www.cooptravel.co.uk
    The Co-operative Travel website is fine as far as it goes, but I like to deal with one of their human operatives, who are definitely the icing on the cake.

    I do not use apps as I lack the know-how.

  • 11th November 2019
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    Shows where all the deals are

  • 16th October 2019
    Companies: Apple
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    I remember Tim Cook stating that he does not consider ROI when creating products accessible to disabled people, he does it because he feels it is the right thing to do.

  • 16th October 2019
    Companies: Apple
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    I remember Tim Cook stating that he does not consider ROI when creating products accessible to disabled people, he does it because he feels it is the right thing to do.

  • 09th October 2019
    Companies: Twitch
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    Recently Twitch had a full redesign of their website that let’s the end user change the sites colours, text sizes, fonts and made it easier to navigate the whole website