Richard West, Chair of UKAAF, gives us his insights into the organisation’s main priorities in 2020?
At the UK Association for Accessible Formats, our objectives are to develop guidelines and minimum standards for producing information in formats accessible to people who cannot read standard print, for whatever reason, including sight loss, dyslexia or because they cannot physically handle the documents.
Clearly then, we cover a very wide field, from braille and audio to large print, and accessible electronic documents. Most of our detailed work is carried out in small groups, so the work is done by people who are experts or interested in that particular sphere. All work is then drawn together by the UKAAF Board.
For 2020, we have defined three major things we want to do: Continue reading From Braille Music to Accessible Images, You Can ‘Feel’: A Busy Year Ahead For UKAAF