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.
For this latest piece in our Accessibility and me series, we talk to Rani Nayyar about how she uses Dragon accessibility software at work.
There are various ways that users can change colours on websites. We've investigated these different methods and looked at what they might mean for designers and developers.
We built a webpage full of accessibility fails so that we could audit automated testing tools. Here's what we found.
We look at some of the things you have to think about when creating content to work well with screen readers.
In the latest blog post in our Accessibility and Me series, we talk to accessibility consultant Molly Watt, who is deafblind, about how she uses technology and why she believes that accessibility should mean making things available to everyone.
At the most recent cross-government accessibility event we discussed technical accessibility testing, user research, how to create accessible services and more.