Citizens Online joins the Disability Confident Scheme

A disabled person using a computer with assistive technology. The person is pointing at or touching the computer screen.

As an organisation, Citizens Online is all about inclusion and equality of access, so the Disability Confident Scheme really resonated with us.
Signing up to the scheme has been incredibly helpful in enabling us to reevaluate our policies and procedures, training, and the culture in which we work. Continue Reading Citizens Online joins the Disability Confident Scheme

11 recommended resources for understanding digital accessibility

We’ve been looking at the whole area of accessibility: what it means, who it’s for, how designers and managers can ensure their products are accessible, and what the latest trends are. There’s a mountain of great content out there on accessibility, from engaging introductions for a general audience, to technical debates between the experts at the sharp end of coding and advocating for maximum accessibility.

So this post is just a small selection of some of the resources we have found useful to learn from as we work — and we hope you will find them helpful too. Continue Reading 11 recommended resources for understanding digital accessibility