This site think that people with visual, audio and other impairments should have access to the same resources and opportunities as everybody else. It's important that the website reflects these values and made the site as accessible as possilble. Text, the site use cascading stylesheets to control presentation, which means content is well structured and easy to access using assistive technology. Images, animation and videos If I convey any information using images, infographics or videos, I provide a text desciption so it can be read by screenreaders and assistive technologies.Colours I'’ve designed the pages and chosen colours to make sure the designs don’t make things difficult for people who are colour blind. Testing I've tested content with real people to make sure it meets accessibility standards. Help with your accessibility features You can use your browser’s accessibility features to the help you read this website. Here’s how to change your text size. Microsoft Internet Explorer Click on ‘View’ in your menu bar. From the list that appears, click ‘Text size’. You’ll be given a list of options ranging from smallest to largest. Select the option that suits you. Mozilla Firefox Hold down the Ctrl button on your keyboard and press the plus (+) key. This makes the text larger – repeat the first step to increase the text size again. If you need to make the text smaller, press Ctrl on your keyboard and the minus (-) key. Apple Safari: Hold down the Apple Key and press the plus (+) key. This makes the text larger – repeat the first step to increase the text size again. If you need to make the text smaller, press the Apple Key on your keyboard and the minus (-) key. Google Chrome: Click the 'Customise and Control' spanner symbol in the top right hand corner (Alt + E). Select 'Settings' or, if you are using Mac or Linux operating systems, 'Preferences'. Click on 'Under the Bonnet' and customise your fonts and font size in the 'Web Content' section. There’s a lot more that you can do with your browser, operating system and computer to improve your browsing experience. Have a look at the BBC’s excellent My Web My Way website for guidance and step-by-step instructions. I love to hear from you if you have feedback or suggestions about how I can make this website more accessible: Contact me.