At Maticle, we are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone, regardless of ability or disability. We strive to make our website user-friendly and accessible, and we continually work to improve the user experience for all our visitors.
We aim to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, which provide recommendations for making web content more accessible for people with disabilities. These guidelines cover four main principles: perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.
Perceivable: We provide alternative text for images and video content, allowing screen readers to describe visual content. We also ensure that all content is presented in a clear and readable format.
Operable: We use a logical and consistent navigation structure, which makes it easy for visitors to find and interact with content. We also provide keyboard navigation, enabling visitors who can't use a mouse to navigate the site.
Understandable: We aim to use clear and simple language, avoiding technical jargon or complex sentences. We also ensure that any instructions or processes are explained clearly, and that feedback is provided where necessary.
Robust: We strive to use accessible technologies, such as HTML and CSS, to ensure that the website is compatible with a range of devices and platforms.
Here are some of the accessibility features we have implemented on our website:
Alt text for images and video content
Clear and consistent navigation structure
Keyboard navigation support
Clear and simple language
Feedback and error messages for form submissions
If you encounter any accessibility issues on our website or have any suggestions for improvement, please contact us thrugh the contact page. We welcome your feedback and are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible website for all our visitors.
Date of last review: 30 March, 2023.