This accessibility statement applies to www.paag.uk. This website is run by the Publishing Accessibility Action Group. We want everyone who visits the PAAG website to feel welcome and find the experience enjoyable and helpful. The website has been designed so that you can:
- Change colours, contrast levels and fonts to suit your preference.
- Page zoom up to 300% without the text spilling off the screen.
- Navigate the website using just a keyboard.
- Listen to the website using a screen reader.
Getting the best experience of the PAAG website
You can personalise your experience of the PAAG website in the following ways:
Viewing the website
The website has been designed to support the following accessibility criteria:
- Change the default font size. You can change the default font in mobile or tablets or change the default font in your browser.
- Magnifying the whole screen. You can magnify on mobiles/tablets or magnify the screen on a computer in zoom in or out on the browser page using [CTRL] and + or -. All pages are designed to reflow to fit your screen size and viewing preference.
- Colour/Contrast. We have designed the site to meet colour contrast guidelines, but you can change the colours if you have other preferences. These web pages work with browser plugins such as Chrome’s HighContrast, ScreenShader, and Change Colors plugins
- The pages render well with the inbuilt Reader View in FireFox and Safari and the Reader View plugin for Chrome.
Listening to the website
The website is compatible with screen readers such as NVDA, JAWS, and VoiceOver.
You can also listen to content on these web pages using your device’s inbuilt text-to-speech software or browser plugins such as Google Chrome Selection Reader or Read Aloud.
Navigating the website
The website has been designed to help you find the content you require. The website is designed with the following navigational features:
- All parts of the website, including sub-menus, are reachable using keystrokes like Tab, Arrow keys, Enter and Escape. This benefits people who prefer not to use mouse or touch gestures.
- The Tab order is logical and predictable, making it easier for non-mouse users to navigate around the page.
- Navigation on each page is consistent.
- Keyboard-only users can easily see where the current Tab focus is on the page.
- A sitemap is available to navigate to every page of the site.
- Each page features structural headings to help navigation within long pages.
Contact + Feedback
We want to ensure that the PAAG website is a great experience for our visitors. If you encounter any issues in accessing content on the website, please contact us through the PAAG LinkedIn group and we’ll be happy to help
If you have a disability and need to make your computer, tablet, or other device easier to use and create a more personalized reading experience, My Computer My Way from AbilityNet is a recommended resource and contains a wide range of advice and helpful tips.
The website tested on 29 September 2022. The audit was conducted using a range of assistive technologies that support users with a variety of access needs. The tools used to conduct the audit were as follows:
- Google Chrome.
- Microsoft Edge.
- Mozilla Firefox.
- NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access) screen reader.
- Accessibility Insights for Web accessibility checker.
- Axe Beta accessibility checker.
- Wave accessibility checker.
- SiteImprove accessibility checker.
- Lighthouse accessibility checker.
- Browser settings including magnification and text size changes.
- Heading structure was tested with HeadingsMap.
- Keyboard control.
About this accessibility statement
This accessibility statement was prepared and published on 29 September 2022. This website was tested on 29 September 2022.