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Thanks to all those who came to the APA Digital Breakfast this week, which was about ‘Online Accessibility'.
It was a great session that gave everyone both a practical, and thought provoking look at accessibility of the web to those with disabilities - an important topic that anyone involved in online work should have an understanding of.
We are now taking bookings for our 2nd in a series of half day workshops for APA members. Taking place on Tue 06 Oct hosted at the IAB, in their training centre in Holborn, London.
The workshop topic focusing on 'Online Writing - planning online content and editorial stategies for brands'.
Luxury Publishing, customer publisher for upmarket clients such as personal concierge outfit Quintessentially, has gone into administration, potentially placing about 13 jobs at risk.
Forward is delighted to retain Transport for London's (TfL) London Loop e-zine business following a statutory competitive pitch. Forward first published Transport for London's London Loop e-zine in 2006 and has worked with them since 2005.
On the 19th August the ASA decided that editorial, which appeared on the same page of the Daily Express as an advertisement for products featured in the editorial, should have been identified as an Advertising Feature and was subject to the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) Code.
A complaint was made by a competitor of the advertiser that, contrary to the CAP Code, claims about the product advertised and featured in the adjacent article were not true and could not be substantiated.