The British Sign Language Act 2022 requires the Government to report how departments in scope are using BSL when communicating with the public about policy and changes to the law.
A design system can be tricky to make accessible, with its many parts and users. We’ve made an accessibility strategy to help increase our chance of success.
In everyday life, being colour blind brings about challenges which normal sighted people probably aren’t aware of, like if a banana is ripe or unripe.
The public sector digital accessibility regulations have changed. Find out more about what’s next for digital accessibility.
Recognising the growing importance of digital accessibility, David and Beverley outline how they’ve led work to include Accessibility Specialists within the DDaT Capability Framework to help better support and develop the growing number of accessibility professionals across government.
Making inclusion happen by helping the public sector identify and fix accessibility issues.
The Accessibility in government blog is back and ready to introduce its two new owners. Find out more about who we are and what we plan to post about.