Improving digital accessibility... though the power of the crowd

Poorly designed websites can exclude disabled people.
Digital accessibility is about ensuing everyone can access the benefits of the internet and other digital content

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Please do not login, or report at the moment unless you have been specifically asked to test the site.

We're currently rebuilding our system and will re-launch as soon as possible - we're currently accessibility testing our new site! You can't report websites or sign up as a volunteer at the moment. However, you can keep up with the Fix the Web project on twitter and Facebook, and if you have any questions you can get in touch with us.

In the meantime, please learn more about digital accessibility and why it is so important via the animation below and our new training area.

Make Technology Work for Everyone: introducing digital accessibility

This film was launched on Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 21st 2015

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Amaze Grant Winner: Fix the Web

Deque Systems is very pleased to announce that the first Amaze Grant has been awarded to Fix the Web. The UK-based initiative was originally launched in 2010 to find and fix digital accessibility issues through the power of crowdsourcing.

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