Since winning the Accessibility Award at the Tech4Good Awards 2012, Lexable has gone from strength to strength. Founded by Neil Cottrell in 2009, Lexable is the company behind Neil’s creation, … Read more
Professor Hawking has transformed our understanding of the universe and is a perfect example of the power of technology to transform people’s lives.
At first glance its looks much the same as any other commercial vehicle. To the people of Preston, though, it’s a 7.5 tonne lifeline jam-packed with some of the most … Read more
Building a network of volunteers to help disabled people use computers in their home Alison Crerar was as an academic in Computing. Her research and teaching focused on human-computer interaction, … Read more
Child’s i Foundation finds imaginative solutions to the problem of child abandonment in Uganda and has successfully developed a blend of online and offline fundraising. At its heart, the work … Read more
Global AutoCorrect is the brainchild of Neil Cottrell, a 26-year-old graduate, who is severely dyslexic. He initially developed the software as a solution to overcome his own difficulties. After graduating … Read more
Radio Free Brighton is run completely by volunteers who use online radio to build a stronger, more diverse, and integrated community.
A tense atmosphere as the Winner of the Fundraising Award went head-to-head with the Winner of the Accessibility Category. The Prize? The much sought after 2012 Winner of Winners Trophy. The … Read more
Preston City Council’s CitizenZone is a mobile centre that helps people get online and develop their IT skills. Winner of the BT Get IT Together Award in 2012 CitizenZone provides … Read more
Social Care Institute of Excellence, winners of the Working Together Award Get Connected Investment Project is a capital grant scheme. that has distributed almost £12 million to over 1,200 care … Read more