[BCAB] HM Revenue and Customs
moore.c at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Apr 21 18:41:41 BST 2011
Thanks for that, I can assure you HMRC are aware of the issue and will start to address that this year. Expect to see accessible features added that go beyond any PDF you have seen before. However this is going to take a bit of time as there are hundreds of PDF forms on the site.
If there are any PDF forms that spring to mind, then let me know and I will do my best to arrange for them to be escalated.
On 21 Apr 2011, at 11:41, John Burling wrote:
> Hi Chris. Using JAWS and IE8, I generally find the HMRC website very accessible, and this includes the Self-Assessment Tax Return, though I haven't used this latter for a few years.
> As mentioned yesterday, some of the PDF documents on the site, especially some of the forms, aren't properly accessible. By an accessible form, I mean one that can be filled in from within Adobe Reader, rather than having to print it out and complete it in ink.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Moore" <moore.c at blueyonder.co.uk>
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>> Hi guys,
>> I am currently doing a bit of research on people's experience of the HM Revenue & Customs website.
>> I was wondering if there were any blind or low vision users on the list that have ever had to use the site at all and how accessible they found it.
>> I am also interested to know if anyone has used any of their online services such as Self Assessment and was hoping to to establish if the process was user friendly.
>> Please feel free to write to me off list if you prefer.
>> Many thanks
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