This blog explores accessibility and universal service design from both a professional and personal experience and suggests what might be happening next.
The GOV.UK Design System is improving radio buttons and checkboxes that conditionally reveal fields to make them more accessible. This post provides an update on our work and research.
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.
A team from the Crown Prosecution Service talk about how testing with assistive technology users, and not just carrying out an external audit, helped them make their service better.
We look at the work the GOV.UK Publishing Frontend team have done to make their navigation accessible and what they learnt from doing this.
Out most recent Cross-Government Accessibility Meetup features presentations from HMRC, Home Office and Citizens Advice. Here's what we talked about.