Accessibility Standards

web accessibility

Last updated: August 8, 2023 at 12:37 pm

What is Web Accessibility?

In a nutshell, web accessibility is the ability of a website to be usable for a personal with a temporary or permanent disability.

This website has been built from the ground up to ensure it’s as accessibility as possible. Our developers have put in place fundamental recommendations to make Quiet Living as simple to use for those with disabilities which may affect web usage.

How We Comply With Accessibility

When we launched, the foundations of the website were built of ease of use, and to adhere to accessibility laws. Some examples of practices we have put in place are below…

  • Clear and simple navigation
  • Descriptive HTML headings
  • Short and readable paragraphs
  • Alt text on all images
  • Zoom function working seamlessly on all major browsers

Always Updating

We are consistently kept up to date with best practice for web accessibility, specifically those laid out by and the UK Equality Act 2010. We try to make our site as easy as possible to read, navigate and use for those with disabilities.

In the future, we hope to add a toolbar which allows users to change the background and text colour to make it easier to read.

For any questions regarding web accessibility, please contact us at [email protected]