Human brands and marketing established and manages this site with a priority to make it accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. We invested resources to ensure that the site provides easy-to-use services and information for people with disabilities.
Access Israel, a non-profit organization, states that 20-25% of the Israeli population face accessibility-related difficulties online, and thus, the site has been designed to meet the needs of users with motoric disabilities, cognitive disabilities, vision impairment, blindness and color blindness, hearing impairment, and senior citizens.
We have installed a plugin to our website that adheres to Level AA of the international W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Regulations (Accessibility Adjustments for Service), 2013. Navigation is simple and clear, content is written in a clear and simple manner, and organized logically. If necessary, explanations are provided alongside the content. The site has been optimized for viewing on modern browsers and multiple screens and resolutions. Pages have a fixed structure, and graphic elements have textual alternatives (alt). The site’s font sizes can be adjusted using Ctrl and the mouse wheel.
However, some pages may not be fully accessible, and the forms service and smart card identification module are exempt from accessibility due to technological reasons. The site is constantly being improved to ensure full accessibility for all users. Users are encouraged to report any accessibility-related problems to the site’s accessibility expert at email@example.com, providing a description of the problem, the action they were trying to take, the page link, their browser type and version, their operating system, and any assisting technology they were using, and we will try and fix any issues that might arise.