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"As part of our digital transformation programme at University of the Arts London (UAL) we have been putting guidance and governance in place for our digital channels. Part of this was accessibility guidance for anyone involved in developing websites and software, or liaising with digital agencies or freelance developers."

"To ensure people were able to follow the guidance, I thought it was essential our digital developers across the university received training on how to achieve WCAG ‘A’ and ‘AA’ compliance. I chose Digital Accessibility Centre based on their comprehensive outline agenda for a two day training session, and the excellent price. I wasn’t disappointed. Gavin the trainer was really knew his stuff. Alongside an invaluable practical demonstration of how users of accessibility software navigate and use websites and mobile apps, the developers looked at various aspects of our own website on both desktop and mobile devices to see how it exposes data and functionality."

"The developers came away with a much deeper understanding and awareness of accessibility, and a series of recommendations and good practices to implement both now and in all future digital projects. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend DAC."

Kelly Harrison

2012 Channel 4 Paralympics

"As we put in place exciting plans for our coverage of the 2012 Channel 4 Paralympics Games and in light of the reaffirmation of Channel 4's public service role set out in the Digital Economy Act 2010, Channel 4 takes its commitment to online accessibility very seriously. Our policy is to ensure this website meets recognised international standards for accessibility to ensure it is accessible to all. We are fully committed to ensuring this website meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) to AA standard to ensure people with disabilities are not excluded from accessing information and services. To this end, we work closely with the Digital Accessibility Centre to ensure the accessibility of all Channel 4 websites, including detailed testing by disabled people using a range of assistive devices such as screen readers."