Accessibility and Assistive Technology guidance
The BBC has a legal obligation to build in accessibility from the start in delivering its services, to ensure that disabled people can use our services at a standard as close as possible to that offered to non-disabled people
To that end, the following documents have been designed to provide best practice and guidance to developers and organisations intending to supply staff facing technology into the BBC.
If you require any additional information, please make contact with Paul Bepey – BBC Access Technology Manager/Assistive Technology Lead.
- Accessibility and assistive technology guidanceThe BBC has a legal obligation to build in accessibility from the start in delivering its services
- BBC UX design guidelines and principlesThese principles should guide design decisions in a system for both developing new features and configuring interfaces
- Information security requirementsThe information security requirements for suppliers
- Using BBC cloud hosting accountsGuidance for suppliers using bbc cloud hosting accounts