Search results for 'accessibility'
SCULPT for Accessibility
SCULPT stands for Structure (use headings and styles), Colour and contrast, Use of images, Links (hyperlinks), Tables.
W3C Introduction to Web Accessibility
Course based on the open curricula from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
- GDS/BBC Webinar: Accessibility Culture eats WCAG compliance for breakfast
GDS Global Accessibility Awareness Day video series
7 videos to help you learn about the creation of accessibility statements and how to conduct accessibility checks, and more.
Are these the most asked questions about accessibility?
PDFs, alternative text and captions for videos are the minimum you can do for digital accessibility, read about how to do these.
Digital accessibility: best practice essentials
Learn about making your content more accessible such as using plain English, adding alt text and video captions and checking colour contrast.
Take action on accessibility on World Sight Day (and beyond)
This blog piece by Government Digital Service (GDS) marks World Sight Day and touches on how we can improve our communications’ accessibility.
23 September is here. What does this mean for you and accessibility?
Richard Morton and Nancy Hull discuss what the 23 September accessibility deadline means for the public sector.
Deadline for accessibility regulations – 6 weeks to go
In line with the vision to make services more accessible for all, by 23 September this year it will be a legal obligation for all public sector websites to meet certain requirements and publish accessibility statements.
Rising to the accessibility challenge
Important conversations about accessibility – particularly in the field of digital communication – are happening across the profession. And we want you to be a part of them.