We hope that you find this website highly accessible. To this end, the site has the following features:
- Alt text descriptions are added to images.
- Sufficient colour contrast is ensured by ‘One Click Accessibility’ tool.
- The site has been designed to support simple navigation and a logical site structure.
- There is no animation on the site.
- Headings have been used to communicate the organisation of the content on the page.
- Drop-down menus are navigable using tab.
- Clear and descriptive links are used.
- Links do not unexpectedly take you to a new page.
- Closed captions and transcripts are provided for embedded video (using YouTube features ‘CC’ and ‘open transcript’).
- The site is navigable using only a keyboard.
- ‘Skip’ links have been used to enable faster navigation.
- ARIA document structure roles have been used.
- Sign language interpretation of the homepage and ‘About the Project’ page are provided by means of a video.
- The focus indicator has been enhanced so that people can see where on the page they are, clearly.
- Field labels provided in the contact form.
- Images (apart from headers) can be enlarged by clicking on them.
We have checked the site using the following methods:
- WAVE (Website Accessibility Evaluation) Tool,
- Navigating the site using only the keyboard to interact with all controls, links, and menus (arrow keys, tab, enter and shift tab) – i.e. unplugging the mouse,
- Turning on high contrast mode through the One Click Accessibility tool and navigating the site,
- Turning off the images through browser settings to ensure that links still function, and that content still makes sense,
- Turning off CSS using disable-HTML to ensure that the site is still easy to read and navigate,
- Site tested with Chromevox screen reader.
- Site tested on a mobile device and tablet.
We are still working through the following:
- Getting approval of the carousel on the homepage from a reviewer with a visual impairment.
- The language of the document or a page element to be identified.
- Comprehensive review of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1
Please notify us of any accessibility issues or improvements we might make. We will be glad to hear from you. email@example.com.