We know some public sector organisations can struggle to get access to assistive technologies and testing can seem overwhelming. Here's some advice on the free tools you can use to help.
Emily Ball, a senior user researcher working on digital services to help resettle Syrian refugees, reflects on how colleagues in Home Office Digital are increasing their understanding of what it means to create services that are accessible to all.
Hello everyone, my name is Steven Mark Langley. I am registered blind, and use the assistive software package JAWS (Job Access with Speech).
The word ‘accessibility’ gets used a lot. I have lots of conversations about it. People often have a different understanding to me of what it means, and that can make having effective conversations difficult.
In my first blog post, What we mean when we talk about accessibility, I said that it is common for people to have a narrow understanding of accessibility. It is not just about ensuring that someone blind can use your …
Today we are launching a survey to learn about what assistive technology you use to access GOV.UK.
Part of my role as the Head of Accessibility for the GDS is to speak to different groups about the work we do, and to work with the rest of government to improve our digital public services for all of …