• Mark Burston

Web Accessibility Standards

Updated: Aug 16, 2020

We’ve been working over the last couple of months on ensuring our public facing sites meet current Web Accessibility Standards and we're now happy to advise that we've now achieved WCAG certification!

WCAG means that our public tools can now be used with screen readers, and are fully navigable by using a keyboard. WCAG also looks at aspects such as contrast ratios, so ensure partially sighted users can still read the screen content.

Next steps will be applying the same standards to our internal facing tools, so watch this space.

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