Accessibility Requirements Generator

For a custom set of requirements you can select the applicable ones below. Simply name your set and tick the boxes.

You can also choose the requirements by selecting Functional Accessibility Requirements.

  1. 1
    Name the product or service you wish to procure
  2. 2
    Browse and choose the relevant performance statements
  3. 3
    Download the customised "List of Accessibility Requirements" and "Solicitation Language"
  4. 4
    Using the "List of Accessibility Requirements"
  5. 5
    Asking for evidence of conformity with the accessibility requirements

This will be used to save your set of requirements.

2Choose the applicable functional statements

All of the following statements will apply to most ICT procurement, only untick an option if you are sure it is not required. If you know what technical requirements to choose, try the technical requirement option.

Where ICT provides visual modes of operation, some users need ICT to provide at least one mode of operation that does not require vision.

Where ICT provides visual modes of operation, some users will need the ICT to provide features that enable users to make better use of their limited vision.

Where ICT provides visual modes of operation, some users will need the ICT to provide a visual mode of operation that does not require user perception of colour.

Where ICT provides auditory modes of operation, some users need ICT to provide at least one mode of operation that does not require hearing.

Where ICT provides auditory modes of operation, some users will need the ICT to provide enhanced audio features.

Where ICT requires vocal input from users, some users will need the ICT to provide at least one mode of operation that does not require them to generate vocal output.

Where ICT requires manual actions, some users will need the ICT to provide features that enable users to make use of the ICT through alternative actions not requiring manipulation or hand strength.

Where ICT products are free-standing or installed, the operational elements will need to be within reach of all users.

Where ICT provides visual modes of operation, some users need ICT to provide at least one mode of operation that minimizes the potential for triggering photosensitive seizures.

Some users will need the ICT to provide features that make it simpler and easier to use.

Where ICT provides features that are provided for accessibility, some users will need their privacy to be maintained when using those ICT features that are provided for accessibility.