Find out more about how we took our accessibility empathy lab online when we moved to remote working.
Leyla Kee-McParlin of the Disclosure and Barring Service talks about the challenges of making services accessible and inclusive, and how that can be applied to other services, by using teams’ existing skills, but getting help from specialists where needed. Accessibility and inclusion is never “done” and learning has to continue.
This blog post explains why YouTube was the most suitable video player for GOV.UK. In a future blog post, we will explain more about how to make your video accessible for the YouTube player.
I created a fictional service called ‘Record a goose sighting’ using the GOV.UK Design System. I then broke it to introduce accessibility issues based on real issues I’ve seen, such as missing alt text and broken heading hierarchies.
GOV.UK Pay aims to offer public sector organisations the most accessible payment service. Here’s how we’ve made it accessible with the latest version of the GOV.UK Design System. GOV.UK Pay is a simple, secure way to pay for government services …
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Customer Accessibility Design Team is transforming the way disabled people access information that is important to them. One of the most exciting projects we have been working on recently is the introduction of …