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JADU Sites Lead Silktide Council Accessibility Index

Silktide, in association with SOCITM, has released a list of the Top 30 UK Council websites for accessibility.

JADU sites account for Seven of the Top 10 and 17 of the top 30.

Four of the top five councils use the JADU platform, including those in the top spots: London Borough of Harrow Council (No.1) and Lincolnshire County Council (No.2).


Luke Sayers, Assistant Director at Rotherham Council (No. 5) tweeted:


North Warwickshire Borough Council (No. 8) tweeted:


Andrea Bowes, Data and Information Systems Technical Architect, Lincolnshire County Council (No. 2) tweeted:


The 'Silktide Index' was released on the 3rd of February 2020. The list is researched and updated automatically using Silktide's automated web intelligence platform. The tests “...cover all of the unambiguous criteria in WCAG 2.1...” and “...include mobile accessibility, non-text contrast, tabbed browsing and many other parts of WCAG 2.1...” 


Jack Niland, UX Designer at JADU Spacecraft says: "I feel really proud to see so many of our clients coming out on top time and time again in accessibility rankings. I have worked personally with many of the top performing councils in the recent Silktide index and I know the individuals in these organisations share the commitment we have to accessibility here at JADU Spacecraft."


The 17 JADU sites listed in the Top 30:

  • London Borough of Harrow Council  
  • Lincolnshire County Council
  • Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council  
  • Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Royal Borough of Greenwich Council
  • Warwickshire County Council
  • North Warwickshire Borough Council
  • London Borough of Hackney Council
  • Herefordshire Council
  • City of Edinburgh Council
  • London Borough of Hounslow Council
  • Cherwell District Council
  • Canterbury City Council
  • Swindon Borough Council
  • City of Lincoln Council
  • Warwick District Council
  • Worcestershire County Council

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