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Usability and Accessibility

Logical Minds is actively working towards increasing the accessibility and usability of our Web Site for disabled users. In doing so, it is acting in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 2005.

Web Accessibility

Logical Minds is striving to comply with all of the Priority A and AA accessibility checkpoints across its web site as established in the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) web accessibility initiative (WAI). The WAI promotes a high degree of usability and accessibility for people with disabilities. The W3C promotes good practice amongst the web community via initiatives like WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0).

As well as following the WCAG 1.0 guidlines, Logical Minds also comply to our own internal guidlines as follows:

  • Images and Animation
    Use the alt="text" attribute to provide text equivalents for images. Use alt="" for images that do not convey important information or convey redundant information.
  • Image maps
    Use client-side image maps and alternative text for image map hot spots. If a server-side map is needed, provide equivalent text links.
  • Graphs and charts
    Summarize the content of each graph and chart, or use the longdesc attribute to link to the description or data.
  • Multimedia
    Provide captions or transcripts of important audio content. Provide transcripts or audio descriptions of important video content.
  • Scripts
    Ensure the functionality of scripts is keyboard accessible. If the content affected by scripting is not accessible, provide an alternative.
  • Applets, plug-ins, and non-HTML content
    When an applet, plug-in or other application is required to be present, provide a link to one that is directly accessible, or provide alternate content for those which are not directly accessible.
  • Forms
    Make forms accessible to assistive technology.
  • Skip to main content
    Provide methods for skipping over navigation links to get to main content of page.
  • Frames
    Provide a title for each FRAME element and frame page. Provide an accessible source for each frame.
  • Table headers
    Use the TH element to mark up table heading cells. Use the headers attribute on cells of complex data tables.
  • Cascading style sheets
    Web pages should be readable without requiring style sheets.
  • Colour & contrast
    Ensure that all information conveyed with colour is also conveyed in the absence of colour.
  • Blinking, moving or flickering content
    Avoid causing content to blink, flicker, or move.
  • Timed responses
    When a timed response is required, alert the user, and give sufficient time to indicate more time is required.
  • Text-only page
    If accessibility cannot be accomplished in any other way, provide a text-only page with equivalent information or functionality. Update the content of the text-only page whenever the primary page changes.
  • Verify Accessibility
    Test the accessibility using available tools.

If you have difficulty accessing the site or have any comments or feedback, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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