WEBSITE AND TECHNOLOGY ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
Website Accessibility Assistance
If you have difficulty using or accessing any element of our website please feel free to contact us and we will work with you to provide the information, item, or transaction you seek through a communication method that is accessible for you consistent with applicable law (for example, through telephone support).
Our commitment to accessibility
At Celle Skin, we are committed to accessibility, diversity and inclusion. We believe all our customers should be able to easily shop online and successfully gather information at celleskin.com and all of our other websites and digital offerings. Whether you are using assistive technologies like a screen reader, a magnifier, voice recognition software, or captions for videos, our goal is to make your use of celleskin.com a successful and enjoyable experience. Our team is filled with professionals who are dedicated to making all of our online experiences the best they can be. We seek advice from industry partners and vendors to identify areas that need improvement to ensure the best experience possible for all users.
Please contact us if you have any feedback or suggestions as to how we could improve the accessibility of our website here
What is meant by web accessibility?
Web accessibility refers to the practice of designing and developing websites in a way that makes them accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. This includes people with visual, auditory, physical, cognitive, and neurological disabilities, as well as those who use assistive technologies such as screen readers, magnifiers, and voice recognition software.
What is an example of web accessibility?
An example of web accessibility is a website that provides alternative text (alt text) for images. Alt text is a short description of an image that can be read by screen readers, a type of assistive technology used by people with visual impairments.
Without alt text, screen reader users would not be able to understand the content of an image, as they are only able to read the text on a website. By providing alt text, the website is making its content more accessible to users with visual impairments, as they can now understand the content of the image through the alt text description.
What are the components of web accessibility?
There are several key components of web accessibility. These include:
- Perceivable: Information and user interface elements must be presented in a way that can be perceived by the user, whether through sight, hearing, or touch. This includes providing alternative text (alt text) for images, transcripts or captions for audio and video content, and using clear and descriptive headings and subheadings.
- Operable: User interface elements and navigation must be operable through the use of a keyboard or other assistive devices. This includes designing user interface elements and navigation to be operable using a keyboard, and providing clear and consistent focus indicators to help users navigate the website.
- Understandable: Information and the operation of user interface elements must be easy to understand. This includes using clear and concise language, and designing the website with a logical and consistent layout
- Robust: Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted by a wide variety of assistive technologies. This includes using semantic HTML tags and using ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) attributes to provide additional information about web page elements.