This site has been developed with the following accessibility issues in mind:
We have made sure that the site is easy and logical to navigate through and that all content and design is generic across the site so as to be consistent and predictable.
People with visual disabilities are able to control the size of the text through either the text size option found in their browswer, or by using the control and scroll option on their keyboard and mouse.
We attempt to provide all images and links with alternative text so as to be readable for screen-readers.The website does not use any kind of background audio or video.
The website has been tested in various browsers and has been found to be compatible.The website has been made simple in it’s design to ensure all text is readable against it’s background.
There are no time-limits or delays within the website.The website does not have any flashing or blinking aspects which may cause seizures.