On GOV.UK we’ve been looking at ways of improving our finder pages, like services and news and communications. Finder pages allow users to search for specific kinds of content using facets such as topic and organisations to narrow their results. …
At the Government Digital Service we've created a series of accessibility persona logins, so that people can experience different conditions and test their services. Here's how they work.
We know some public sector organisations can struggle to get access to assistive technologies and testing can seem overwhelming. Here's some advice on the free tools you can use to help.
A look at some of the improvements we've made to GOV.UK components to make them more accessible for users when using the website.
We’ve been working on an autocomplete/location picker for use across government. We had it tested for accessibility, and we found a couple of major issues and the team learned a lot from the experience. Here’s what we did and what we found out.
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.