e-learning that’s available to everyone

To ensure e-learning is available to a wide and inclusive audience, online media is made accessible to people who have visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments. Our content adheres to the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA, part three).

Creating accessible content ranges from simple enhancements such as using larger, clearer fonts and easy-to-read colours, to ensuring that page content is available to disabled people via assistive technologies. A visually-impaired person might use a screen reader to access online information, so the content must be compliant in order for the reader to “understand” the page.

For example, click here to view an accessible version of this site.

Any accessibility requirement is identified early in the production process and is then allowed for within any subsequent design development.