At Murgitroyd, we recognise the importance of creating a digital space that is accessible to all. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) lay out the necessary requirements for designers and developers to enhance accessibility for individuals with disabilities. These guidelines classify conformance into three levels: Level A, Level AA, and Level AAA.
We are proud that our website is partially conformant with WCAG 2.1 level AA. While this means we've made significant progress in ensuring our content is accessible, it also indicates that certain parts of our content may not fully align with the accessibility standard. Rest assured, we are continuously working towards improving our site's accessibility.
This page outlines the features we've integrated into our website to ensure accessibility for all website users.
If the size of the text is difficult to read, it can be adjusted to a size that suits you better:
- Google Chrome – click More, beside Zoom click ‘+’ to make everything smaller and ‘-‘ to make everything smaller
- Windows Internet Explorer – click View, then the ‘Text Size’ menu.
- Macintosh Internet Explorer – click View, then the ‘Text Zoom’ menu.
- Firefox and other Mozilla browsers – click View, then the ‘Increase Text Size’ option.
- Safari – click View, then ‘Make Text Bigger’.
If you're using a wheel mouse, it’s possible to zoom in and out by holding Control or Command on your keyboard and moving the wheel. Some browsers allow you to change the text size using Control or Command and clicking ‘+’ or ‘-‘.
Where images contribute to the understanding of the page, alt text has been provided. All trivial or decorative images have null alt text.
Please note that our website is not responsible for the content or accessibility of external links.
If you use Adobe Acrobat to access PDF files, please visit access.adobe.com for more information on their accessibility features.
Below are links to browser add-ons that will assist you with your online experience. Murgitroyd holds no responsibility for any of these tools:
JAWS– this is a screen reader developed for users whose vision loss prevents them from seeing screen content or navigating with a mouse.
ZoomText– this is a fully integrated magnification and reading program tailored for low-vision users.
NVDA – allows blind and vision-impaired people to access and interact with the Windows operating system and many third-party applications.
Reporting Accessibility Problems with this Website
We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you encounter content that you cannot access, then please contact us on the details below, and we will provide you with an accessibility alternative.
firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)141 307 8400
Any feedback we receive will be dealt with by the Head of Marketing, and we aim to get back to you within 48 hours (if a response is requested).
What We’re Doing to Improve Accessibility
We regularly scan the website to confirm fixes of known issues and schedule the fixing of any new issues.
This statement was last updated on Jan 29th 2024 and is reviewed at least once a year.
This website was last scanned on Jan 29th 2024.