Accessibility should be a part of everything we make and deliver. This includes events and presentations. If you’re running an event or giving a presentation, here are some things you can do to make sure they are as accessible as possible.
Head of Accessibility at GDS.
We recently held the fifth Cross-Government Accessibility Meetup in London. Here's what we talked about.
Out most recent Cross-Government Accessibility Meetup features presentations from HMRC, Home Office and Citizens Advice. Here's what we talked about.
At the most recent cross-government accessibility event we discussed technical accessibility testing, user research, how to create accessible services and more.
The accessibility team at GDS is growing and we want to work out how best to help people in government make services accessible.
The word ‘accessibility’ gets used a lot. I have lots of conversations about it. People often have a different understanding to me of what it means, and that can make having effective conversations difficult.
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Accessibility in government
This is for everyone: documenting how we're rebuilding inclusive digital services across the UK Government.
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How accessible is your website?
Public sector organisations have a legal duty to make websites accessible. Find out how your organisation is impacted at GOV.UK/accessibility-regulations
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