Category: Accessibility

GWC session: Building the 2017 Govt Web Standards self-assessments

Join the Web Standards team from DIA and discuss the best approach to the 2017 Government Web Standards self-assessments. We want to make it easier for agencies to use so really want to hear your thoughts. Continue reading GWC session: Building the 2017 Govt Web Standards self-assessments

Designing for vulnerability

We all experience emotional, financial or physical vulnerability at different times in our lives. This post explores the implications for government service design if we consider vulnerability on a spectrum from situational to permanent, rather than treating it as binary. Continue reading Designing for vulnerability

Calling all web vendors: Web Accessibility Training

As part of our ongoing plans to engage more closely with vendors and help them improve their delivery of accessible web content, design, and development services to government, we are inviting staff from private sector IT companies, in particular those delivering web design and development services, to attend a free training session on web accessibility. Continue reading Calling all web vendors: Web Accessibility Training

The digital lifecycle

The online lifecycle presents a draft lifecycle to help agency web staff assist business units and project teams factor in the requirements of operating on the government domain to development projects, in addition to delivering the required functions and features. Continue reading The digital lifecycle

Web Standards Self-Assessments Report and Workshops

Two workshops for participating agencies where we can talk about what the 2014 Web Standards Self-Assessments reveal, and you can bring any questions you might have about your self-assessment results or their evaluation. Continue reading Web Standards Self-Assessments Report and Workshops