Hart District Council are working hard to enhance the accessibility of their website. They recently asked SDS to help them by providing digital accessibility training for their content editors.
It isn’t just councils that are working hard on improving accessibility. MHS Homes, the largest independent social landlord in the UK, recognise their responsibility towards their residents, tenants, staff, and customers.
Whether you are new to digital accessibility or looking for ways to further embed accessibility in your organisation’s culture and working practices, there’s something for everyone in this series of eight 45 minute webinars being held between May to July.
TikTok might not be a platform that you would think of when it comes to accessibility, however, perhaps it should be.
The Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) issued an accessibility monitoring report detailing the work they have undertaken in 2021 testing public sector websites.
Both Waverley Borough Council and Tandridge District Council required some user testing on their waste forms. Whilst the more common usability testing was carried out, checking for functionality and looking at the technical aspects, SDS also user tested for digital accessibility. It’s critical to ensure that all forms operate for all users including those with disabilities.
Many of our partner organisations have been working hard to create a culture of accessibility throughout their organisations.
Sevenoaks, Central Bedfordshire and Tonbridge and Malling have all asked us to help with this by delivering several virtual, live and interactive group sessions to introduce digital accessibility.