Purple Tuesday is helping organisations to make their customer services and digital platforms accessible as the way we shop changes due to the pandemic.
Working with the RNIB, Aldi has announced it will trial audio prompts to help blind and partially-sighted customers safely enter its stores.
Across the country the high-street is a buzz with shoppers. However, the disabled community are distinctly lacking representation within stores. Purple Tuesday is changing the face of disabled shopping, founder Mike Adams OBE reveals why.
Last year, supermarket chain Sainsbury’s introduced sunflower lanyards: an initiative to make shopping easier for customers with hidden disabilities. We speak to Leigh, store manager at Sainsbury’s Barnstaple, where the lanyards were introduced.
To celebrate the inaugural Purple Tuesday taking place today (13 November), The Liberty Shopping Centre in Romford, Essex, has become the first to introduce a calm…
A lack of accessibility, assistance and sensory overload can make shopping a stressful experience. During Autism Hour Week, we take a look at the stores removing the…