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We’ve compiled a list of resources for anyone using this website and the internet in general. If you know of any others, please let us know via the form below.
- BBC guide to changing the colours on your computer
For Windows, Mac, and Linux users
- Windows users: press Ctrl and + to increase font size, Ctrl and – to reduce
- Mac users: press CMD and + to increase font size, CMD and – to reduce
Click your browser logo for more information:
- Alternatives to using a keyboard and mouse
BBC website outlines some of the options available
Supports disabled people to use digital technology
Accessibility information for Apple products
British Dyslexia Association
Provides technology tips and guidance
Accessibility information for Google products
Accessibility for Linux users
National Literacy Trust
Charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK
These assist visually impaired people to use websites, by using touch or sound methods to “convert” webpages. For example, by reading aloud the content on each page and describing the images, or with an external display that processes web content into braillle.
These usually work better with individual words and simple sentences: