We aim to design to Triple-A Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. We also work to the BSI PAS 78:2006 guidelines where possible.
Structure of the Site
We have one set of pages for the whole site, which we aim to make accessible to all. We do not separate accessible and less accessible pages into separate sections.
A link to a site map can be found at the footer of every page, which shows the organisation of the whole site.
We aim to use clear, plain English in a concise and meaningful way.
Use of Multimedia
We aim to label all images, and use images just where appropriate (not for purely decorative text and headings).
Text will be scaleable, as will all pages themselves. We set a maximum size for most pages, to ensure lines are wrapped according to commonly accepted typographical rules.
There will always be small differences in the display between browsers, but we do aim to broadly support:
- Newer versions of Internet Explorer for Windows
- Safari for the Macintosh
- Mozilla Firefox for all platforms
- Google Chrome for all platforms
Proof of Compliance
Rather than using automated tools and badges, which can be a bit hit-or-miss, we aim to be responsive to your needs. Please notify us if you are having any specific problems accessing the content on this website, or if you have any suggestions for improving accessibility by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.