PDFs are a really popular file format system that allows you to lock down your content and designs and protect them from being changed. Adobe created PDF so that files could be transferred between computers and operating systems for printing, but as our digital habits have changed with the introduction of tablets and smartphones, we’re increasingly using PDF as the end format.
What many people don’t know is that PDFs can be inaccessible to disabled people, particularly those with a visual impairment or a learning disability such as dyslexia. If a PDF is not designed in the right way, someone using screen-reading software might not be able to access the content. Download our short guide to creating an accessible PDF for some easy tips on how to get it right. To view this PDF online using Recite me, firstly enable Recie on this page and open the PDF in your browser.