At DISTRIBUTION AS A SERVICE EMEA S.L. we work constantly to ensure universal access to our website. Our aim is for all people, regardless of their age, disability, or any other personal circumstances, to be able to navigate throughout the https://tech4access.com domain without encountering difficulties of any kind.
To achieve greater accessibility of the TECH4ACCESS website, we applied criteria based on the WCAG/WAI guidelines established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international body in charge of supervising technologies and the adoption of Internet standards. Accordingly, the TECH4ACCESS website has been developed with a view to ensuring conformance to level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 of the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). Everycode S.L. has evaluated this website’s accessibility following the requirements of WCAG 2.1.
This accessibility statement applies to the https://tech4access.com website to the exclusion of embedded content from other domains.
The following functionalities have been added to https://tech4access.com to allow better access to its contents:
- The visual characteristics of the website (typeface, font colour and background, etc.) are defined through the use of style sheets so that the user can adjust the characteristics of the text in keeping with their preferences.
- Font sizes have been defined using relative units so that font size can be increased or decreased in the browser options.
- If a user accesses the page with a browser that does not support style sheets, this does not represent a problem as they will still be able to access content with the CSS disabled.
- Web pages have a clear structure so that all the content will be seen by all users, including those using screen readers and even users who disable style sheets, etc. With this aim in mind, section headings, lists and all the elements that help the general understanding of the website have been coded in HTML.
- The site has been built using code compliant with formal grammars to guarantee that content is correctly displayed in different browsers.
Preparation of this accessibility statement
This statement was prepared on 5 October, 2023.
The method used to prepare this statement was an accessibility audit conducted by Everycode S.L. on 21/09/2023.
This statement was last reviewed on: 5 October, 2023.
You can send us any suggestions or requests in relation to web accessibility through this contact form: https://tech4access.com/en/contact/.
DISTRIBUTION AS A SERVICE EMEA S.L. has added the inSuit universal web accessibility platform to its website. This service automatically improves the accessibility and usability of the website, making it more accessible and inclusive.
To activate the inSuit platform on the DISTRIBUTION AS A SERVICE EMEA S.L. website: activate the inSuit tab located on the left side of the screen (ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS).
The website provides users with technical aids to help them to navigate in keeping with their needs and preferences.
inSuit’s technical aids
The blind. Users can listen to the contents of the webpage and navigate using the keyboard and numbered markers.
Navigation for impaired vision
The visually impaired. Web page content can be magnified, contrast can be adjusted, and reading is made easier for people with dyslexia.
People with motor disabilities. Access to all page content through simple voice commands.
Navigation by sound
People with motor disabilities who also have impaired speech. This allows users to navigate using any type of sound, by sweeping through the available options.
Navigation by push button
People with severe motor disabilities. This type of navigation uses any key from the keyboard as a single push button enabling the user to select from a set of available options appearing across the screen.
Simple navigation using buttons
People with cognitive disabilities and the elderly. Simple mouse navigation using highlighted visual elements and virtual buttons.
Simple navigation using enlarged text
The elderly or people with low digital skills. Mouse navigation that enables users to increase the size of the pointer, highlight links, change colour contrast, zoom in on the content and structure, change to a more readable or special font for dyslexia, and also features buttons for converting text to speech for textual content.
These are some of the aids that allow people with disabilities to access all the information published in any format on our website: PDFs, images, videos, audio files, tables, etc., in addition accessible online forms.