A set of posters on how to design for accessibility


These posters show how you can make your service accessible for different access needs.

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Home Office Digital’s goal is to make exceptional services for everyone. Understanding accessibility means we can build services that work for everyone, whatever their access need. These posters show how you can make your service accessible for different access needs. They focus on supporting in areas such as with users on the autistic spectrum, users of screen readers, users with low vision, users with dyslexia, users with physical or motor disabilities, users who are deaf or hard of hearing and for users with anxiety.

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URL: https://ukhomeoffice.github.io/accessibility-posters/posters/accessibility-posters.pdf