IOTA21 is committed to:
- maintaining an accessible website.
- updating the website to meet the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2 (released October 2023.)
- ensuring that this website and all new information achieves “Level AA” conformance to these guidelines.
- including accessibility when we procure 3rd-party systems or upgrades to existing systems.
Areas for improvement
We are aware of some areas on the website where we could improve accessibility.
- Captions on all of our video content.
- An upgrade for a third-party plugins for our events feed to make it full accessible.
We are currently working to achieve this. While we are working diligently to update our website to the latest WCAG 2.2 requirements, you may encounter some accessibility barriers on our site. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and assure you that we are working to address these issues promptly.
We welcome feedback on the accessibility of this website
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some accessibility features of this website
Responsive Web Design
The design of this website will respond to the width of any screen, this means you can easily find and read what you’re looking for.
WAI-ARIA Landmark Roles
This website’s code will identify the different areas of each webpage (banner, search, navigation, and content information) for users with assistive technology.
High Contrast Between Text Colour and its Background
Colours must have sufficient contrast between text colour and its background. This includes text on images, icons, and buttons. Also colours used to convey information on diagrams, maps, and other types of images are distinguishable.
All functionality is usable with your keyboard. Users can access and move between links, buttons, forms, and other controls using the Tab key and other keystrokes.
Large Links, Buttons, & Controls
The area for clicking and tapping are large enough for people to activate them. This includes links, buttons, checkboxes, and other controls. Small controls, and controls that are placed too close to each other, are difficult for many people to use. This is particularly relevant on mobile devices with small screens.
Our website copy is readable and understandable and content appears and operates in a predictable way.