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OneKind believes that everyone should be able to access its website regardless of any impairments or technical constraints.

As well as being intuitive and easy to use, the OneKind website combines aesthetic value with practicality. This user-focussed design combines these requirements into one website solution to satisfy all of its users. Some of the measures we have taken to ensure that this website is accessible are detailed briefly below.

Standards compliance

Where possible, all pages within the site comply with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Priority Level 1 and 2 guidelines.

Many Priority Level 3 guidelines have also been followed in the creation of this web site, and we intend to improve upon this in the future.


All forms have been made accessible using labels that are explicitly associated with the text boxes, radio buttons and checkboxes that make up these forms.


Use of text

Where possible, and without compromising design, text has been used instead of images on this website. Navigation, page titles and subtitles, links and other elements have all been created using accessible html text.

Text Size

To allow full user control over how text appears on screen, this site has been created using relative text sizes. Follow the instructions below to resize the text in your browser.

Contrast and colour


The site has been tested to ensure that pages provide sufficient contrast when viewed by users with colour blindness or when viewed on a black and white screen.


No information is conveyed through colour alone.

Link context

Some browsers for example JAWS, Lynx and Opera can extract the list of links on a page and allow the user to browse the list separately. For this reason, wherever possible, links are written to make sense out of context.


Alt text

All content images include descriptive ALT text attributes.

Alternative formats

If you require a OneKind publication in an alternative format, please contact us to discuss your needs.

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