Accessibility isn’t just about physical disabilities but also covers cognitive and learning disabilities. W3c have published some guidelines to support you in creating content that is inclusive and takes into account the needs o…View Making Content Usable for People with Cognitive and Learning Disabilities
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The W3C has compiled an overview of the web accessibility laws and policies across the world – a great resource to start with if you are looking into what is needed. This resource is a great place to start.View W3C guide to web accessibility laws and policies
Fantastic blog post and downloadable posters by GDS. Each poster takes a type of disability and design do’s and don’ts for accessibility design. A great resource to demonstrate accessibility is much more than ‘just…View Dos and Don’ts for accessibility posters
A presentation prepared by Jon Gibbins and Shadi Abou-Zahra, Activity Lead of W3C/WAI Program Office focusing on how disabled people are using mobiles and the built in accessibility features as well as guidelines and strategies to sup…View Hitting a moving target: achieving mobile inclusion