Alistair  Duggin 

Alistair Duggin is Head of Accessibility at the Government Digital Service and is responsible for making sure that GOV.UK is as accessible as possible.

He was a frontend developer at the BBC for over 11 years with roles including Lead Frontend Developer and Accessibility Champion on the BBC 2012 Olympics websites and Principal Web Developer on BBC Weather. More recently, he has been Lead Frontend Developer at the Money Advice Service and on Pension Wise for HM Treasury.

A four-part accessible design strategy

Making something accessible is about much more than just following a checklist. But sometimes teams need to know where to start.

This talk will outline a 4-part strategy for making digital products accessible. Following this approach will immediately improve the usability for everyone - and will kick-start the delivery team’s understanding of how to go on to make a product truly accessible.