Tesco Testimonial


"We conducted a training session on accessibility with marketing managers, designers and coders. Despite the different skill sets and levels of expertise, the training was useful for all and we came away humbled, yet energised as to how we can improve the pages we build in the future. It was invaluable having Tara there to show us first-hand how she accesses websites through JAWS and the challenges that it throws up. Incredibly useful training, would thoroughly recommend."

Mandy Minichiello

Three Mobile Testimonial

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The team at DAC have been fantastic in providing detailed information, guidance, support and training for Three’s journey into the world of accessibility. As well as working with us to improve our online experience for customers, they’ve helped our Retail team with store designs and staff training.

Cam, Gavin and the team have constantly gone the extra mile to help us across all areas. It’s going to be a long journey, but with their guidance we’re on the right track. We selected the DAC team to be our partner as we felt they were incredibly approachable and professional and we love the way they carry out their testing.

Online Development Manager

University of the Arts London testimonial

University of the Arts logo Kelly Harrison

As part of our digital transformation programme at University of the Arts London (UAL) we have been putting guidance and governance in place for our digital channels. Part of this was accessibility guidance for anyone involved in developing websites and software, or liaising with digital agencies or freelance developers.


To ensure people were able to follow the guidance, I thought it was essential our digital developers across the university received training on how to achieve WCAG ‘A’ and ‘AA’ compliance. I chose Digital Accessibility Centre based on their comprehensive outline agenda for a two day training session, and the excellent price. I wasn’t disappointed. Gavin the trainer was really knew his stuff. Alongside an invaluable practical demonstration of how users of accessibility software navigate and use websites and mobile apps, the developers looked at various aspects of our own website on both desktop and mobile devices to see how it exposes data and functionality. 


The developers came away with a much deeper understanding and awareness of accessibility, and a series of recommendations and good practices to implement both now and in all future digital projects. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend DAC.

Woking Borough Council Testimonial

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Woking Borough Council has always strived to ensure its website is accessible to all.The Council employed the services of DAC in January 2011 and were awarded their highest accreditation mark. By working with DAC, and their testers,the Council were able to identify areas of its site that were failing to meet the required standards and were given excellent advice and feedback on how to address these. Time was given to implement changes before the final assessment. Overall, the Council found working with the DAC a rewarding experience and it has helped it understand further the issues people with disabilities face when using websites.

Wycombe District Council Testimonial

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Wycombe District Council was 2011 winner of the e-Government Good Communications Award for Accessibility. They worked tirelessly to ensure that access for all was considered carefully throughout. We’ve used the services of the Digital Accessibility Centre to help make sure our website works for everyone. It was a pleasure to work with their knowledgeable and helpful team who provided expert advice at every step.” Vivienne Meldrum, Web Services Manager, Wycombe District Council.

YouView Testimonial

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YouView engaged the DAC test team to explore the experience of YouView for users with mild to moderate disabilities. The DAC were a pleasure to work with and the research was extremely useful in helping to ensure that the service is accessible to the widest possible audience.