We comply with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) to the greatest degree we can, and where possible extend this to AA and AAA compliance. We also test this website for digital accessibility with real people using screenreaders and other assistive technologies. This way, we make sure that we continually improve this website so that everyone can use it. All our printed publications are available in Braille, large print and as audio versions. If you’d like to receive a copy of any publications in these formats, please email us at email@example.com
We’ve made our site as accessible as we can:
We use cascading stylesheets to control presentation, which means content is well structured and easy to access using assistive technology.
We’ve designed our pages and chosen colours to make sure our designs don’t make things unnecessarily difficult for people who are visually impaired or colourblind.
We test our content for digital accessibility against WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards and with real people.
The operating system of your computer and your internet browser also have built-in accessibility features. For example, if it is helpful to you, you can use your browser to help you read this website by increasing the text size on your screen:
Microsoft Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge
There’s a lot more that you can do with your browser, operating system and computer, tablet or smartphone to improve your browsing experience. Have a look at the BBC’s excellent My Web My Way website for guidance and step-by-step instructions.
We’d love to hear from you if you have feedback or suggestions about how we can make this website more accessible: email firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts with us.