Two Birds London recognises the importance of providing a website that is accessible to all user groups, including the disabled, the visually impaired and those with motor deficiencies and cognitive disabilities.
We’ve designed this site with accessibility in mind. Some of the general features include:
- The use of clear, simple language which is easy to understand.
- The use of common web conventions.
- Avoiding the use of blinking or flickering elements.
We’ve tried to make our site easy to use for people with colour deficient vision. If our site causes any issues that we may have missed please let us know.
Font and text size
We’ve used clear, legible font for all text and headings.
Providing alternatives for non-text elements gives visually impaired and screen-reader users wider access to our website.
Images, videos and other non-text elements
We’ve tried to make it possible to use our site without having to view graphics or images. Where possible we’ve providing descriptive alt attributes for images. We’ve tried to ensure that purely decorative graphics or formatting images have empty alt attributes.
Links and navigation
Structuring a website so it is simple and streamlined to use helps to improve the experience for all. For example, placing page items in a logical order and making the website easy to navigate helps people with visual impairments, motor deficiencies and cognitive disabilities.
We’ve made navigation links consistent between pages throughout the site.
Our website avoids the use pop-up windows unless they are appropriate.
Forms and tables
Clearly labelled tables help readers to understand the content on a page and to fill in content into correct form fields.