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We’re constantly working to make as accessible and usable as possible.

This includes:

  • conducting usability testing
  • engaging the Plain English Campaign to review our language, accessibility, navigation, design and layout
  • undertaking a Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA audit of this website (underway)

Before publishing content, we also review suggestions from automated tools to improve:

  • accessibility
  • readability grade level (designed to show how difficult our content is to understand)
  • the average time it takes to read our content

Compatibility with tools is designed to be compatible with:

  • screen readers
  • basic operating system screen magnifiers
  • speech recognition software
  • operating system speech packages

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You can get pages and documents in different formats, including:

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Published by: Digital Citizen Services
Last update: 30 April 2019, first published

Content on this page published with acknowledgement.