Advice on how to build ID accessible websites.

Structure, choice-making and ID

People with learning disabilities are all different. When it comes to structuring a website, this means that what works for some people with learning disabilities won’t work for others.

The best practice is to provide several routes through content. Routes which mean lots of steps, but few options, may be the most accessible for users with more significant learning disability.

Deep structures sometimes work better than wide structures for this group. Providing access to a small section of content may often be required to meet the needs of more significantly disabled users.

Representing simple choices. An illustration showing a website with the option fruit or sweets.
Representing a simple website navigation