A great resource with regards to accessibility, from individuals that are way more qualified than me. But I can’t get over the fact they decided to put it into a PDF.
Yes, the accessibility of the PDF has been considered, but if we’re talking about digital accessibility, why wrap it in a 13MB PDF download?
I expect because the idea was to make it for print only, alongside the nicely done audio version. It’s ‘a handbook’ after all. But still, it feels odd to support PDFs in the same breath as talking about accessibility. Maybe they didn’t give a damn?