At Mindsets we aim to make our website as accessible as possible for everyone. It is our goal to make a website that does not discriminate against the disabled and is accessible across as many different devices as possible. If you feel that we are not meeting our objectives on accessibility or you have spotted a mistake please contact us.
This site is built to conform to the latest web standards.Standards Compliance
Careful use of text colours, size and background colours can help people with a range of visual impairments. Here's what we've done:Colours
Our site is usable by anyone with colour deficient vision. We've checked the site's font and background colour to ensure there are no combinations against the different colour blindness conditions and ensured that all information is still clear.Font and text size
While we've used clear, legible font for all text and headings. In the Firefox browser, select View, then Text Size, and then choose increase, or decrease.Style sheets
This site uses cascading style sheets (CSS) for visual layout. Where possible, we've also made our website navigable, usable and readable if your browsing device does not support style sheets.Non-text elements
Providing alternatives for non-text elements gives visually impaired and screen-reader users wider access to our website.Images, videos and other non-text elements
All non-text elements, such as images, animations, symbols, audio, video and multimedia have text equivalents. We've done this by providing descriptive alt attributes for them.Scripts
We have made navigation links consistent between pages throughout the site.Pop-up windows
Our website does not use pop-up windows unless they are appropriate. Acceptable cases, for example, are when it is important to see the browser window you've just navigated from in the background.Forms and tables
Clearly labeled tables help readers to understand the content on a page and to fill in content into correct form fields.Tables
We do occasionally use tables for layout but we ensure we follow WCAG guidelines. This means tables do not have any structural mark-up for visual purposes and they make sense when presented in a linear way.