This explains the main accessibility requirements for Media, Word and PDF content, as well as step-by-step instructions for how to implement them. We’ve tried to make
it as succinct as possible, and relevant to most types of content created for digital products and services.
A digital first approach for all content is recommended, especially if it’s going online. Information distributed as documents is much harder to make accessible, and is often a poorer user experience. However, there are many cases where it’s still necessary to create documents.
- printable material distributed online such as forms and posters
- long documents such as reports and literature reviews
- templates or documents for the user to manipulate themselves
- printable versions of infographics or complicated charts.
Read more about how to ensure your media and documents are accessible.