Digital Birmingham is a Birmingham City Council initiative and part of a city wide strategic partnership of more than 40 public, private and voluntary organisations
Digital Birmingham are committed to making this website accessible and usable to all, regardless of technological or physiological impairments.
We will continually check how user-friendly our site is by gaining ongoing feedback and undertaking user testing. We have incorporated the following aids to navigation on our website:
- a link back to 'Home' on every page
- a search tool that is visible throughout the website
- W3C Standards
This website conforms to W3C's "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0", available at http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/WAI-WEBCONTENT-19990505, level Triple-A.
Changing font size and and colours
You can change the font sizes by altering the settings in your web browser.
For more information on how you can change the appearance of this site and for advice on how to make your operating system more accessible visit the BBC's My Web My Way http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/. This site contains comprehensive information to help make browsing easier.
If you experience any problems with this website, please contact us via the 'Have your Say' form. Equally, we welcome your feedback on how we can make our website more accessible and usable for you.