Accessibility

Our philosophy is to build a single site that is accessible to as many people as possible.

Accessibility doesn't just mean writing good website code.

We will endeavour, where possible, to use Plain English, stripped of jargon and colloquialisms, which will help non-native English speakers use our site more effectively.

Text alternatives will allow both sight impaired users, and users of hand-held Internet devices to access our information easily.

Edinburgh Research Innovation, in association with Dunedin Arts, make every effort to create and maintain a site that is accessible to everyone. However a website is never static and sometimes pages get modified.

If you have problems accessing any page in this site, please contact info@dunedin-arts.com stating the address of the page and the problem you encountered.

Thank you!


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