Checklists and guidance
Accessibility checklist for Word documents - includes heading styles, fonts, paragraph spacing, colour, images, tables, charts and hyperlinks.
Accessibility checklist for PowerPoint slides - includes fonts, colour, titles, images, hyperlinks and reading order.
Accessibility checklist for scanned PDFs - includes referencing e-books, using digitisation services and OCR, and reading order.
Accessibility checklist for LaTeX documents - includes formats, fonts, heading styles, table of contents, hyperlinks and tables.
Accessibility checklist for videos - includes captions, audio descriptions, live captioning and descriptions.
CMS content checklist - includes simple guidance on what to do and what not to do in relation to headings, text, images and colour.
Designing for accessibility (PDF) - posters from the Home Office that include designing for:
- 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
- Users with anxiety