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Accessibility Guidelines and Resources

Here are some guides to help you navigate the world of accessibility

Accessibility Guidelines 

Accessibility and the Internet is a downloadable guide, collated from a lot of the larger guides found on the web by Michele Farmer and James Prime, to help users simplify the complex area that is the intersection between accessibility and web design.

There is a new short guide for developers and other accessibility testers on free tools to use to help incorporate accessibility into their design.

Accessibility of the digital environment is a UCL site with further resources and tools for developers and disabled users.

Zoom guide for hearing loss support

The Digital Accessibility Technology Team have created a guide to accessibility and Teams for people to be able to maximise their access to the program.

Blog - This site has information about Assistive Technology changes.

New Web Accessibility Guidelines September 2018

In September 2018 a new EU Law came into being on web accessibility, and a project has been commenced to improve the quality of training provided to staff who create and publish content. It will also look at ensure our web estate is fully compliant with the legislation by the relevant deadlines.

More information will be added to this page.