iAdControl.com have built this website with web accessibility in mind.
We have integrated a number of enhancements to make using this website accessible for people with disability. We have ensured our web pages are compliant with Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) level A, and conforms to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0.
We are working on improving this website to WCAG AA standards. The highest accolade is AAA.
Our website content links are not ambiguous. All our links are descriptive and have purpose, from the link text alone the user can determine their next move. Also, all the content links in the white background are green and underlined when the user hovers the mouse over the links.
We have made use of descriptive headings, which identifies the content within.
All our images have alternative text embedded in the HTML so when the image itself cannot be displayed the relevant alternative text will show as a substitute.
Our menu navigation is consistent throughout our website and the user can see where they are located with the breadcrumb trail e.g. About iAdControl › Our Vision, Mission & Values.
We have also passed WCAG AA and WCAG AAA colour contrast of the background, foreground and text - The contrast ratio is 7.24:1 via WebAIM’s Color Contrast Checker. Text content must have a contrast ratio of at least 3:1.
We have also made use of white space as it increases legibility and helps people understand what they are reading better. Sometimes more simple designs can be the most effective designs with a much better cognitive experience. It’s not all about flashy dynamic websites where users get lost or the information is too overpowering due to the content not broken down.
Our website is built with the latest code i.e. HTML 5 and CSS 3 standards - the majority of our pages are validated by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
The homepage rotation banners and the 'Leave a message' widget are unfortunately at this stage not seemingly keyboard operable. We are trying to find alternative functionality that are fully accessible.
We are making ongoing changes to consider various types of disability where users process information differently such as auditory and visual formats as well as other elements. We are also working on the following points:
Please email us if you feel we need to improve our website.
For very elaborate information on how you can change your settings on your computer to be more user friendly to your personal needs then please visit BBC’s Accessibility 'How to Guides'.
"In the UK the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) say that they've considered taking up a number of legal cases against organisations with regard to their websites - and the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) promise to be 'vigorous in the use of our enforcement powers' when sites ignore their duty to provide a basic level of accessibility."