Creative Graphics Support for Web Accessibility
This site is written to conform to W3C guidelines on web accessibility, and to obey the statutes of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. So you can use your own colours, text sizes and style sheets to give your own look and feel to the site.
The best place to look for how to do this is the BBC site - My Web My Way but below are some simple tips.
This site contains:
Meaningful ALT text for all images to provide descriptive text.
Designed to fit within an 800x600 view so horizontal scrolling is not required, even for users with small screens.
Easy to read non-serif font types, size and colour.
Access keys to assist users who may have limited mobility or for users who prefer to use keyboard short-cuts to navigate the site.
How to use access keys
Access key navigation allows users with limited physical capabilities to navigate the Creative Digital Print website more easily. Where appropriate we have used the recommended UK Government access keys standard.
Internet Explorer 5+
Hold down the ALT key (CTRL on Mac), press the number or letter of the access key, release both keys then press ENTER.
Hold down the ALT key (CTRL on Mac) and press the number or letter of the access key.
a - Home page
b - Who we are
c - What we do
d - Contact
f - Terms & Conditions
g - Accessibility page
We are always looking for ways to improve the accessibility of our site so if you have any suggestions or comments please contact us.