Inclusite Accessibility Statement.
Inclusite believes in the concept of Universal Inclusion to allow anyone, regardless age, ability or socioeconomic status, to access the Web without the need of any assistive technology.
Inclusite is constantly improving to make online content and resources usable as part of its Digital Inclusion Plan with 4 fundamental ingredients:
- Independence from the local and technical support (e.g. IE, jaws, dragon, hardware, user agents, etc.).
- Ubiquity (every-where-ness) to be able to access anywhere and from any device.
- Universality to provide digital solutions for people with all abilities without constrains, without barriers, wherever they happen to be, from most devices, in real time.
- Usability to provide ‘user friendly’ navigation options and personalization.
Our goal is for everyone to be able to access ICT Infrastructures such as webs, intranets and applications in a more humane and friendly way without modifying existing digital platforms. Also, to support our clients Digital Agenda to follow Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level A, AA and AAA recommendations.
To affirm our commitment, Inclusite designates select employees as website content editors, who are trained in the functions of web accessibility tools, guidelines and techniques. We also conduct periodic compliance scans, monitoring and regression testing of the existing website to detect accessibility barriers, which will be corrected to the best of our ability and tested by a team of users with disabilities. Through these and other efforts, we seek to ensure that any web that is Powered by inclusite®, including www.inclusite.com, are both maintained and constantly improved.
If you have trouble accessing our website or if you have feedback on how we can improve your online experiences, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important notice for JAWS Screen Reader users.
You will find some issues with the inclusite® configuration “Radio Buttons” not operating correctly. This is not an inclusite issue, but an issue with JAWS. You can use NVDA to remediate this situation.