Government ICT 2.0 and more
It has been an incredibly busy time here at Dig Inclusion as we continue working with the Premier League and the clubs they support to ensure their websites are accessible to disabled fans for the new season.
We’ve also been helping Legal and General continue their excellent commitment to accessibility with Jon Gibbins onsite today and throughout August and September supporting them across two different projects.
We have recommitted to supporting the Disability Confident scheme by Department of Work and Pensions. We believe in helping organisations be digitally inclusive and a big part of that is ensuring people with disabilities have opportunities for employment.
If, like us, you want to do more in recruitment and show potential staff your commitment to equal opportunities head over to the DWP Disability confident campaign.
We are also gearing up for the Government ICT 2.0 event on 26th September at County Hall, London. This will be our first time exhibiting and we are looking forward to attendees about digital accessibility, ensuring both desktop and mobile sites are inclusive but also the downloadable content on a website like PDFs.
If you are there, come say hi and ask us about:
- PDF accessibility fixing services to PDF/UA standards as a service in addition to our WCAG 2.0 audits leaving you confident that the end to end customer journey is fully accessible.
- The draft WCAG 2.1 standard and what this means for your accessibility work
- With the rise of mobile use, ensuring your accessibility efforts include mobile sites and apps
We can’t wait to meet you.
Update to blog post September 2018 – WCAG 2.1
Please note that WCAG 2.0 has been updated and replaced with WCAG 2.1. The three levels remain the same, A, AA and AAA. Our blog post details the changes What is WCAG 2.1