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Making GOV.UK Pay more accessible

Three Chrome laptops on a long desk with a stool underneath, posters on two surrounding with headings of Vision and Design for Everyone.

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 …

How DWP used the easy read format to make its content more accessible

Ben Railton from DWP and Jane Wilkinson from HMRC at the cross government accessibility meet up talking about Easy Read.

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 …

Accessibility lessons: dealing with a large amount of form inputs

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Screenshot with a heading that says 'person' and a list of checkboxes that show the following names: Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope GCB OBE ADC, Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB ADC, Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford KCB CBE ADC RAF, Alan Charlton CMG CVO

On GOV.UK we’ve been looking at ways of improving our finder pages, like services and news and communications. Finder pages allow users to search for specific kinds of content using facets such as topic and organisations to narrow their results. …