If you have documents that need to be updated regularly, such as forms, brochures or timetables, it is likely to be significantly more efficient (and cost-effective) to do the required accessibility work in InDesign rather than in the final exported PDF.
Working this way, every time you export an updated version of a document, most, if not all, of the accessibility work will already be done, and will not have to be repeated.
We have specialised in accessible InDesign documents for almost 10 years (since InDesign version CS4). We would be happy to retrofit your InDesign files for accessibility. Just send us your packaged InDesign files and we will do the rest.
NHS forms: special discount
We are currently offering a time-limited 20% discount on all InDesign accessibility work undertaken on NHS forms. All such work confirmed before 15 November will qualify for this discount.