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.
Robert Martin works for HMRC’s Individuals and Small Business Compliance directorate. He was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) at 55 years old. We talk to him to find out more about living with AS and what accessibility means to him.
We regularly write about accessibility not just on this blog, but on blogs across GDS and across government. Here's a selection of some recent accessibility blog posts we've published.
Out most recent Cross-Government Accessibility Meetup features presentations from HMRC, Home Office and Citizens Advice. Here's what we talked about.
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.