Website help accessibility advice
At Vision Express we want our products and services to be available for everyone. We've built our web site to help ensure this, making it compatible with the standards set by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). For a detailed explanation of these standards please click here. The information below will help you navigate the Vision Express website:
Some key accessibility features are described below for those who may wish to take advantage of them.
Where we have chosen not to meet accessibility standards at present
At present, the recruitment section of our website does not validate to the W3C validation service. This is due to restrictions on our access to a third-party service. If you would like recruitment information but are unable to use our current online system, please us the contact us page.
Getting more help
The BBC has a great resource for helping you to use the Web. 'My Web, My Way' explains how you can change your computer settings to make the Web easier to use.
Our website offers a link to Browsealoud. This is a free tool that speech enables website content. It offers a practical website access service to people with reading difficulties and those who find it easier to listen to, rather than read the content of our website.
It assists in the navigations of our website for the following sections of the population:
- Those with low literacy and reading skills
- Those where English is not the first language
- Dyslexic people
- Those with mild visual impairment