The OneVoice for Accessible ICT Coalition
Welcome to the Onevoice Coalition for Accessible ICT.
Onevoiceis the network for partnership, working and practical action to improve the accessibility of information and communication technology for all, but especially people with disabilities and older people.
Our vision is a digital world that works for everyone.
Read more about the coalition at about us.
The heart of the website is the topics and resources sections.
Topics: provides information by particular issues for example accessible websites or vision impairments.
Resources: provides links to resources including education and development tools.
All the information is cross linked to show for example the education related to inclusive design.
All the information is provided by our members, if you know of something that should be included please send the content with a short description via the contact us page and it will be added.
The portal aims to educate, encourage contribution and collaboration, and provide best practice, tools and resources for the journey and is aimed at a broad spectrum of individuals and departments within organisations:
- Risk/Compliance Officers
- Procurement Officers
- HR Departments
- IT Departments
- Web Designers and Web Developers
London’s most accessible travel apps announced on International Day of Persons with Disabilities 3 December 2013.
Transport for London (TfL) today named the winners of a competition to find new accessible apps to make it easier for disabled and older people to travel around the city.
Join the conversation
- Have an opinion about accessibility?
- Want to share best practice?
- Need help or advice?
Then register on this site and use the comments facility to join the conversation.