Digital Accessibility

Creating and maintaining digital content that is accessible to the widest possible audience is important to Radley Projects. Digital accessibility refers to how well people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges can access our online content. complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 AA (WCAG 2.0 AA), an internationally accepted standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We are always looking to improve digital accessibility and feedback is welcome.

Some accessibility features are built into web browsers. Many browsers allow you to zoom in on web pages using simple keyboard controls. The magnifier allows you to focus on specific parts of the screen, enlarging the text and other page elements. You can customize a mouse pointer by slowing down the speed or enhance the contrast of its appearance so that it displays better against the screen content.

Many computers have text-reading features. Windows Narrator is available in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8. Microsoft software is available that offers advanced screen-reading capabilities. A popular free and open source screen reader is NonVisual Desktop Access. For Mac users, VoiceOver is available as a standard part of the OS X operating system.

All presentation materials and documents produced by Radley Projects are available in large-print high contrast versions.

Last updated April 1, 2019.