Here at True Vision Enterprises Inc. we value the thoughts and opinions of each individual that we come in contact with, whether you are a first time viewer of our website or a regular visitor. That is why we have made it one of our top priorities to build a website that is easily accessible for all and conveys our vision and goals visibly, audibly, and consistently. In an effort to be consistent with practices set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 we have implemented these methods into our site wherever possible.
- The Usage of “Alt” Tags
This is read aloud by screen readers (programs used by those who are visually impaired that read web content aloud) and tells the user what the image is about.
- The Usage of Subtitles and Transcripts
In our videos, wherever spoken communication appears, we make subtitles available and offer transcripts of those same interactions.
- Link Descriptions
Wherever applicable, we describe our links. In example; rather than our simply using “Click Here” for more information we’ve used “Learn More”.
- Color Control
We keep our use of strong and contrasting colors under control, keeping certain colors away from each other as to not make our site difficult for viewers with color blindness.
- Larger Clickable Range
Wherever possible, we’ve made our clickable links larger as to make the links more accessible for viewers with mobility difficulties.
- Simplified Text
We keep our content as simple as possible while still communicating our vision. To further simplify things, we use line breaks in between paragraphs to help separate ideas more clearly.
If you have any questions or concerns or if you have any suggestions as to how we can better serve members of the disabled community through this site please contact our Human Resources Department at (714) 938-1100