New regulations mean that public sector websites and mobile apps will soon have a legal duty to meet accessibility requirements. In this blog post, we talk about what we're doing to help you meet the requirements.
From next year, every public sector website and app will need to meet certain accessibility standards. Here's what you need to do to make sure you're prepared.
As new accessibility regulations come into force, here's some guidance on what public sector websites will have to do by certain deadlines and how GDS can help support them.
As our YouTube channel turned 6 years old earlier this year, we thought it was time for a refresh. Find out more about its new look, how we've made films easier to find and what our plans are for future content.
How we made our latest consultation accessible by creating British Sign Language and Easy Read versions, as well as what we learned publishing in multiple formats.
We're not huge fans of PDFs on GOV.UK. We hope this post will help publishers explain to colleagues the problems with using them and support moving towards an HTML-first culture.
The challenges of building effective services for all and some of the work we're doing to make services as inclusive as possible.
Take a look inside GDS's new space created to improve awareness of accessibility and assistive technologies.
This year the UK is implementing the EU Directive on the accessibility of public sector websites and mobile apps. To gather your views, we’ve launched a consultation to help plan how we implement the Directive.
The GDS Accessibility team is here to make it easier for departments to build government services that are accessible for everyone. We want to ensure that there are no barriers that might prevent anyone from accessing a service.