The Museum of Brexit is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible, regardless of ability or access to technology.
The below policy points set out how we have made our website compliant and user-friendly.
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to manage page layouts, which means pages are well structured and compatible with most assistive technologies.
Graphics and images on our website have alternative text, which describes the contents or function of what is displayed on the screen.
Links open in a different window unless otherwise stated.
All publications by The Museum of Brexit are downloadable and are available as Adobe PDF files. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access them, which you can download for free from the Adobe website.
- All text is written as clearly as possible using language appropriate to the content
- The fonts we use are designed to be easy to read
- We have ensured that line lengths and the space between lines are set to offer an easy reading experience
The colours on our site have been chosen so they provide enough contrast to allow users who are visually impaired or colour blind to easily read the content.
- You can return to the homepage at any time by clicking on our logo in the top left-hand corner of the page
Videos have not been set to play automatically on The Museum of Brexit website.
The fields in forms are clearly labeled, and errors in forms are flagged before a form can be submitted.
If you have any difficulty using The Museum of Brexit website, please get in touch using our Contact us page.