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The accessibility community exists to:
- improve accessibility across government
- make sure that everyone can use services regardless of any disabilities they have or the technology needed to access the service
The community is for people working in government to share best practice and experiences, discuss problems, and improve skills.
Who the community is for
Anyone who’s interested in learning about accessibility or sharing knowledge and experiences can join the community, especially people working as:
- user researchers
- content designers
- visual and interaction designers
- service managers
Read these guides to learn more about accessibility:
- Content design: planning, managing and writing content
- GOV.UK elements - design patterns for services
You can also learn about accessibility by reading these blog posts:
- Writing content for everyone
- Research with visually impaired users
- Research with deaf people at the Driving Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA)
Accessibility in the Service Manual
To find out best practice for accessibility, read Making your service accessible: an introduction.
Help us keep the Service Manual up to date by:
- contributing to community discussions
- telling us if something is wrong or out of date using the feedback link at the top of each guide