Website accessibility

Website Experience

Strood Community Project want to make the website accessible to all viewers. The website is responsive in design and is available on iPhones and Android Phones, Tablets, Desktop Computers and Retina ready devices. We would recommend that you use the latest browser to view the website and that you update to the latest versions to enjoy the best user experience. The design is intended to match the user expectations.

For those with hearing, or sight impediments, or for people who can assist with setting up computers for them, we would recommend that you visit the following to assist you with your journey with Strood Community Project. Modern computers have a wide range of assistance, preferences and apps to help you. The website itself has been made to be responsive on all platforms in a large typeface for legibility and the use of images to help you navigate on your journey.

Below are some useful links to assist you.

Apple: http://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/osx/

Windows: http://www.microsoft.com/enable/guides/vision.aspx

iPhones and iPads: http://www.apple.com/uk/accessibility/ios/

Android phones: http://eyes-free.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/documentation/android_access/enabling.html

Website Structure

The top navigation bars will take you to the areas you may find of interest. Our aim is that you find exactly the information you want to find, as easily as possible. We hope you enjoy the experience. If you find that you cannot locate something or would like to see an improvement please contact us.

PDF

We use links to download PDF (Portable Document Files) which can display or be downloaded. To use this we recommend that you download Adobe Acrobat Reader which is free to use. Just click on the LINK

FLASH

Some elements also display using Flash – you can download a free Flash player from this LINK

We hope that you enjoy your journey with Strood Community Project