The basic idea of the internet is to enable universal access for everybody. Therefore, we want to design our web-based products to be barrier-free so that they are also well accessible for people with sensory impairments. For this, we work according to the guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published under the name Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, WCAG 2.1.
Our goal is to obtain the WCAG recommended level of conformance AA for our products in future.
We are, therefore, taking every effort to meet the requirements of this level of conformity by constantly improving our products, and replacing and expanding content. Operability and accessibility are very important to us here. We try to implement this goal with the following measures, among others:
- When we develop new content, we take special care in terms of colour contrast, logical order of headlines and configurability of recurring elements.
- We also take care that all non-text elements have a text equivalent (e.g. “alternative text” for images or transcripts for videos).
- In programming, we take care that our contents are compatible with different input and output devices, including keyboard control and screen readers, among others.
If you notice any barriers which interfere with your use of our products, we kindly ask you to inform us of these by e-mail.
We will then review your inquiry and contact you as soon as possible.
Send your messages and suggestions to: barrierefreiheit(at)untis.at with the following subject: “Report of a barrier in WebUntis [please state the barrier]”. Please describe the problem and attach a screenshot of the respective page to your e-mail.