Website accessibility statement
The Dictionary of Irish Biography is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.
Efforts to support accessibility
The Dictionary of Irish Biography takes the following measures to ensure this website's accessibility by making it:
- Technically accessible, in that it is possible for all users to access all information and functionality;
- Equally usable, in that it is not prohibitively difficult or time-consuming for users with disabilities to carry out standard tasks;
- Capable of being adapted or configured by individual users to meet their specific needs and preferences;
- Capable of interfacing with appropriate, widely available assistive technologies employed by users.
Current accessibility standard of the site
WCAG 2.1 level AA
Current content conformance status
Fully conformant: the content fully conforms to the accessibility standard without any exceptions.
Compatibility with browsers and assistive technology
This site is designed to be compatible with the following browsers:
Accessibility of this site relies on the following technologies to work:
The accessibility of this website was self-assessed using WebAIM with additional colour contrast testing carried out using Colour Safe.
We welcome your feedback on the accessibility of this site. To do so, please contact us via the contact form or one of the following methods:
Postal Address: The Royal Irish Academy, Academy House, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin, 2D02 HH58
We aim to respond to feedback within 14 business days.
Formal complaints should be emailed directly to email@example.com