Our Commitment to Ensure Australia Awards in Indonesia Website Accessibility and Compatibility
Australia Awards in Indonesia is committed to ensuring the interface, features, and accessibility and compatibility functions on our website are managed according to the standards of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
At this stage of website development, we have considered applying several aspects to ensure accessibility by 18 November 2022, by:
- Using the right colour combinations so that the website can be used by users with limited visibility;
- Providing closed caption (subtitle) and volume control on video for users with hearing impairments (excluding partner videos uploaded on their own links);
- Ensuring that the content on the website is readable by the screen reader, so the screen reader can read the text to the user (text to speech) or generate a signal on the braille reader;
- Ensuring the magnifying glass features (part of computers) can be used on the website to support text visibility;
- Providing keyboard navigation (using the "tab" button to move navigation and "enter" buttons to select the desired navigation) so that the website can be used by people with disabilities with motor impairments without having to utilise the mouse.
As part of our commitment to accessibility, we ensure that our website works well on:
- Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger and higher,
- Windows 7 and higher.
- Google Chrome (version 49 or later),
- Microsoft Edge (version 15.15063 or later),
- Safari (version 10 or later),
- Mozilla Firefox (version 54 or later).
Note: Based on an announcement issued by Microsoft on June 15, 2022, the Internet Explorer browser is no longer active permanently. The Australia Awards in Indonesia website and its accessibility features can still be accessed through other browser options according to the list above.
Furthermore, we also ensure that our website is built on website accessibility and compatibility standards (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and Accessible Rich Internet Applications in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)) with tools and software that support users with special needs.
We strive to build this website flexible, easy to use by users with different needs or preferences, and accessible through various technologies, including mobile devices or technologies that facilitate disability.
Although Australia Awards in Indonesia strives to meet accessibility guidelines, we know that there are parts of the website that have not been able to meet accessibility guidelines. As such, Australia Awards in Indonesia will continue to conduct some accessibility testing with DPOs to change and improve the website throughout the life of the project.
Australia Awards in Indonesia is not responsible for any additional software or software used by the user.
If you have any difficulty accessing our site, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.