Do you need help in getting your website compliant with the Public Sector Accessibility Regulations of 2018?

“1 in 5 people in the UK have a long term illness, impairment or disability”

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How can we help?

Font Size And Contrast Issues

Forms & Tables Structure

Content Readability

Hyperlinks – Text And Link Descriptions

Mobile Usability

Making PDF Documents Accessible

Images – Sizing And Alt Text

Video Embedding

Menu Links And Structure

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ACCESSIBLE WEBSITES AND PDF DOCUMENTS ARE ESSENTIAL.

Making your website accessible means more than just keeping your layout simple. Accessibility within websites is essential in ensuring your content is available to all audiences on all devices.

This is especially important for Public Sector websites following the introduction of the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.

These regulations say you must make your website or mobile app more accessible by making it ‘perceivable, operable, understandable and robust’.

We can also take existing PDF documents and make them accessible too.

Choose REDDER TO HELP MAKE YOUR WEBSITE & DOCUMENTS ACCESSIBLE.

We have worked with our friends at the North Bristol NHS Trust for a few years to support and maintain their website. A key part of a recent major website overhaul was working to achieve a very high standard of accessibility.


Now in 2nd place out of all 211 NHS Trusts.


We’re very pleased to have helped them improve on this. In 2019, the North Bristol NHS Trust website was 30th on a league table of the UK’s NHS Trusts for accessibility. At time of writing, we have just checked the league table and www.nbt.nhs.uk has climbed again, they are now in 2nd place out of all 211 NHS Trusts.


We’ll keep striving to get them to the top!
Award for Second Place in accessibility chart for NBT NHS

Types of businesses affected by New accessibility rules:

NHS Trusts

Town Councils

Police

Schools, Universities & Education

Fire Services

Bus Services

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