- Ensures designs are colour compliant (for the benefit of colour blind and partially sighted users)
- Provides text alternatives for images
- Uses descriptive labels for buttons and form fields
- Uses valid HTML so user agents, including assistive technologies, can accurately interpret and parse content.
Please contact us if you observe an issue with the website so that we can work to fix it, [email protected].
Compatibility with browsers and assistive technology
This website is designed to be compatible on Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge with Voice Over assistive technology. This website is not compatible with browsers and operating systems older than one major version.
The functionality of the site has been tested on a variety of browsers. Testing has been completed on the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge. Testing of the website will be done using VoiceOver.
This site is designed to be compatible with the following assistive technologies:
Accessibility of this site relies on the following technologies to work:
Limitations and alternatives
Below is a description of known limitations, and potential solutions. Please contact us if you observe an issue not listed below.
We are in the process of reviewing all of our PDFs and attachments to improve their accessibility. Where possible we are using forms instead of editable PDFs, but in some cases you may come across a PDF which is inaccessible, if you do, please email [email protected] and we will arrange an alternative format as soon as possible.
AbilityNet supports anyone living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. On their website, you can access a step-by-step guide to individual adjustments that you can make to your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone to make it easier to use with our website.
We have the accessibility of this site using the following method(s):
Self-evaluation: the site was evaluated by the company who built the website. The Web Kitchen.