We have done our best to make our website as accessible and usable as possible, and we've done this by adhering sensibly and practically to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

For those not familiar with the WCAG, this is a set of checkpoints that help ensure that web sites are designed and written properly. For example:

  • Images have alternative text.
  • Text re-sizes according to user preference.
  • Headings are correctly used.
  • Tables are used for laying out tabular information and have proper headings and summaries.
  • Visual presentation is defined in stylesheets.

We've aimed for AA compliance but have not adhered to some checkpoints that are no longer relevant and have been demonstrated to hinder accessibility.