Less-able bodied visitors
Since October 2005 it is an offence for a public facing web site to be inaccessible to a visitor with a disability, see the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 for more details.
A large proportion of web users have some form of disability that makes using most web sites a difficult or near-impossible task, this may be due to a reduction in eyesight or hearing ability.
Just30 ensures that all the sites it creates, which are public facing, are at least W3C XHTML Compliant and wherever possible meet most if not all of the WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. We can also add features such as user enabled text sizing, access keys and text only versions should your business require them.
There are also a number of third party applications and services which can be used in conjunction with your site to enable disabled visitors the ability to experience your site as well as any able bodied visitor. Just30 can advise you of these services (usually there is a cost attached to implimenting these services, such as BrowseAloud) should your organisation have a requirement for them.
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