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.
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.
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.
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.
We recently audited everything in GOV.UK Elements to make sure everything in it is as accessible as it can be. Here's what we found and what we did.
We recently held the fifth Cross-Government Accessibility Meetup in London. Here's what we talked about.
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.