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In the world of web content, there’s a common misconception that accessibility refers to people with specific needs, like those who use screen readers or other…Read more on Making hyperlinks better
ONS collects and publishes statistics about the economy, population and society. Our work informs decisions about everything from how the…Read more on Five ways content designers are changing the ONS
Here at ONS, we’re doing a lot of work on our statistical bulletins – the pages we publish alongside new…Read more on Writing about statistics: why is shorter, better?
This is the final post in our short series on using data for content design at ONS. My first blog…Read more on How we’re using data dashboards for content design at ONS