Accessible Document Service

It's never been easier to make documents accessible. Our accessible document service is a convenient service, helping organisations ensure their documents can reach everyone.

A document is considered accessible when it can be read by everyone, including people with disability that may use assistive technology to read through documents. To make a document accessible the text and other elements such as images or tables must be provided in a certain format. Once formatted correctly assistive technologies are able to seamlessly interact with the whole document.

Remediation is the process of making a document accessible. It involves tagging elements within the document, some common elements are images, headings, lists, tables and the reading order. 

Centre for Inclusive Design has a team dedicated to making documents accessible. Our service includes PDF, Word and PowerPoint documents intended to be used on a digital platform. The team ensures they are WCAG 2.1 compliant, and therefore accessible for everyone across any digital medium.  

The team has over 15 years of industry experience in document accessibility. We have reviewed and remediated many documents for a range of organisations across digital transformation, the corporate sector, education and government.  

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