Fiona Jarvis, founder of Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has featured in the press once again. This time Fiona has written an article for Caterer and Hotelkeeper on how disabled access can be viewed as a selling point for hotels. In the article she speaks of the need…

Blue Badge Style is officially hot! We’ve been featured on the What’s Hot UK website which is one of the arbiters of everything cool in the country. What’s Hot UK is a website set up by Jess, one half of the popular Globetrotter Girls travel blog, to cover all things stylish and trendy in the UK. The…

Recently Fiona Jarvis was featured in a local magazine called Living in Kew. She wrote a piece describing a day in her life and what exactly Blue Badge Style is. Unfortunately, due to a relatively limited distribution, many people (including Fiona!) missed the magazine. So we thought we’d reproduce it here. If you’re unfamiliar with…

Blue Badge Style and Accessibility View Project Apps to Help People with Disabilities Have Fun When Traveling Abroad Travelers Today       By    Karen Fredrickson Updated: Mar 25, 2013 04:55 PM EDT   The Accessibility View Project, aims to use Google Maps and Street View to assist disabled people in finding the most accessible routes through…

Blue Badge Style Signs-Up The Hoxton Hotel for Pictorial Access Descriptions Inclusive Hotel Brings Disability Facilities to Life Online Press release London, 26 February 2013, Blue Badge Style, the first app and website guide to a stylish lifestyle for the less-physically-able, has signed-up the award-winning Hoxton Hotel for its first Pictorial Access Description (PAD). The…