Technology / ICT
Universal Design for ICT provides an introduction and overview of the process and motivators for making ICTs more usable by more people.
Web accessibility techniques provides practical, advice and direction for anyone involved in web development, design and content. It provides guidance for Developers, Designers and Content providers and editors.
The IT Procurement Toolkit provide guidance on all stages of procuring accessible ICTs.
Web accessibility auditing is intended for managers who are responsible for the development and maintenance of accessible websites.
Measures to Improve Accessibility of Public Websites in Europe is the result of a 2013 research project to access the state of public website accessibility across a range of EU countries.
Technology for Older People is a 2012 research study was to develop and test a Universal Design Survey Tool for assessing older people’s use of everyday technologies in Ireland.
Irish National IT Accessibility Guidelines for accessible products and services cover ICTs such as Telecoms, Application software, Smart Cards, Public Access Terminals and Digital TV equipment and services.
Guidance for Online Public Services aims to show how Universal Design processes and techniques can be progressively used to enable more people to use online public services with ease and satisfaction.