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We are the UK Association for Accessible Formats

Making every document an accessible document.

We set standards and promote best practice for accessible documents in the UK. We also work with international bodies to represent UK
interests in the setting of accessible document standards worldwide.

Accessible documents are alternatives to printed information, used by blind and partially-sighted people, or others with print impairment. Accessible document standards include traditional formats such as braille, large print and audio as well as digital formats like accessible PDF, HTML5 and Daisy.

These formats must be accurate and legible if they are to be meaningful to the people they’re intended for.


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Help make a difference

Find out about and contribute to best practice, and equip yourself with the skills and knowledge you need to deliver – or demand – best practice in accessible format production.

  • Service providers: UKAAF helps businesses and organisations understand how to meet the needs of customers and clients with print impairments, and how to source and provide quality accessible formats like large print, audio, braille and more.
  • Transcribers: UKAAF helps those creating accessible format materials by sharing best practice guidelines for the production of quality accessible formats, and by promoting transcription services.
  • End-users: UKAAF helps people with print impairments by collecting their views and sharing them with service providers and transcribers, so they know how to meet users’ needs.

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Latest News

From Braille Music to Accessible Images, You Can Feel: A Busy Year Ahead For UKAAF

Richard West, Chair of UKAAF,  gives us his insights into the organisations main priorities in 2020

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