Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
I aim to ensure that any content I create complies with WCAG 2.1 to AA level. This should mean that people using assistive technologies such as JAWS (and other screen readers), ZoomText (and other screen magnifiers) and Dragon (and other speech-to-text applications) can access my content without difficulties.
I am also now preparing for when WCAG 2.2 is published - hopefully around April time. In preparation for that, I have started adding in the new criteria, which will be marked (for now) as new.
This section is constantly growing and evolving. I have now split the information into the four sections of WCAG. These sections contain specific information about what each criteria means and how to achieve it.
Please choose from the following options to learn more about how to make your content accessible.
I am currently working on guidance for creating accessible documents. The sections on Word, PowerPoint and Excel are complete and I am now working on PDF accessibility.