We asked our front-end developers, Jack and Martin, to decode accessibility and give us their top 5 accessibility fails and how to fix them.
The outdoors are for everyone and so is the Essex Outdoors website. Dan Newton tells us how he ventured into the unknown, creating an engaging, commercial website, with accessibility as its guiding light.
2020 is the year when Essex's online services must become fully accessible. For us, the journey's already begun. Find out how this affects all our websites, apps, forms and documents.
This week we’ve continued to think about accessibility, celebrating how far we’ve come and recognising what more there is to do. As we shared last week, essex.gov.uk now has a fabulous accessibility score of 99.6%.
The law about accessibility for public-sector websites changed in September last year. Find out what we've been doing to make sure our sites are compliant.
This week’s show and tell included sessions on website accessibility and the Futures Academy project, as well as some discussions around work already published by the service design team. We were also trying out a new, slightly roomier venue in …