Accessibility Statement

This website has been adjusted to the use of people with disabilities according to the WCAG 2.0 at the AA level, and we are doing the best we can in order to maintain it accessible at all times. Whether you have a web moderating disability or not, you can, using our accessibility interface, completely adjust this website to your specific needs and / or disabilities. Please note that each adjustment that you’ll enable, will be saved in a “cookie” file in your browser, so next time you visit the website, or if you navigate through pages, those adjustments will keep, and you won’t have to re-enable anything, you’ll just be able to start using the website with your preferred adjustments.

For your convenience, you’ll find a “Basic Accessibility” button in the beginning of the interface. Clicking this button will enable several basic adjustments such as screen reader adaptation and keyboard navigation, in one, quick push of a button.

We firmly believe that the internet should be opened and equal to everybody, and that everybody should be able to use it independently. Therefore, we’ve invested an enormous amount of time and resources into creating such an extensive accessibility solution, that is able to let any user adjust this website to their needs. Have fun using it!

Browser & Operating Systems Compatibility

Google Chrome, FireFox, Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Android Marshmallow, iOS 9 – we support all the popular browsers and operating systems down to 2 versions below the latest.

General Adjustments

Basic accessibility button, keyboard navigation, virtual keyboard, screen reader adaptation, skip to main content, search phrases and slang, change interface language, change interface position, change interface size.

Text & Content Adjustments

Change font sizes, change font family, increase / decrease font sizes, magnifier text (with mouse hover), emphasis links, emphasis titles, change letter spacing, change word spacing, change line height, align to the left, align to the right, align to the center, justify alignment.
Color & Display Adjustments

Show image descriptions, screen reader adaptation, dark contrast, light contrast, invert contrast, monochrome, change text colors, change title colors, change background colors, stop animations.

Navigation Adjustments

Change cursor to big black, change cursor to big white, emphasis mouse hover, emphasis focus, zoom in/out, print accessibly, read mode, navigate using keyboard shortcuts.

Third-Party Sites

Throughout this website, we make use of different third-party websites such as Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook to spread news and information about AvenueADA. These sites, which are not controlled by AvenueADA, may present challenges for individuals with disabilities that we are not able to control or remedy.

As made publicly available, here are the Accessibility Policies provided from these third-party sites:

Facebook Accessibility Policy

YouTube Accessibility Policy

Notes and Comments:

Despite our very best efforts to allow anybody to adjust the website to their needs, it’s possible that there will still be pages or sections of the website that are not very accessible, in the process of becoming accessible, or that there isn’t a technological solution found for them yet. Still, we constantly improve the accessibility interface, adding, updating and improving its options features, and developing and adapting new technologies in order to reach the optimal level of accessibility possible, at any time and in accordance to the technological advancements.

If you’ve found a bug or a malfunction, or if you find any aspect of the interface difficult to use, or if you have ideas to make it better, we’ll be happy to hear from you. Simply click on the “Feedback” button at the bottom of the interface, and fill up the feedback form, or, send an email to our web accessibility team at info@avenueada.com.

Accessibility User Guide

Our Accessiblity  interface let’s you adjust various parameters of the website to your own needs. All of those, are in order for you to be able the use and view the website to your own optimal level. Amongst the options are changing font family and adjusting sizes, colors and spacing, emphasizing titles and links, adapting the website to screen reading software, keyboard navigation, activating a virtual keyboard and more.

Our accessibility interface works in two different ways. The first is manual, which means that you can manually adapt the display and usage of the website to your needs. The second is automatic. Clicking the Basic Accessibility button will automatically generate several processes behind the scenes, that will ease the use of the entire website without you having to adapt anything manually.

In order to leave Feedback or ask for help, simply click the Feedback button at the bottom of the interface. After clicking it, you reach our contact page and can send us a message.

Text adjustment options are the first group of options of the interface. Within the options you’ll be able to find: Increase or Decrease of the font size, readable font, emphasize titles, emphasize links, text magnifier, letter spacing, word spacing, line height, text alignment to the left, center or the right, and more. Please note that you may not be able to see all the options right there. If you don’t, click the ‘Show More Text Adjustments’ this button will display the entire set of options.

Color and display options are the second group of options of the interface. Within the options you’ll be able to find: dark contrast, light contrast, monochrome, show image descriptions, adaptation to screen reading software, stop animations, text color adjustment, title color adjustment, background color adjustment and more. Please note that you may not be able to see all the options right there. If you don’t, click the ‘Show More Color & Display Adjustments’ this button will display the entire options.

Navigation options are the second group of options of the interface. Within these options you’ll be able to find: emphasize focus, emphasize hover, big white cursor, big black cursor, zoom in and zoom out of the entire website window and more. Please note that you may not be able to see all the options right there. If you don’t, click the ‘Show More Navigation Adjustments’ this button will display the entire options.

In order to use the keyboard to navigate the website, click the ‘Keyboard Navigation’ button at the top of the interface. After clicking it, a confirmation window will appear, indicating this feature has been turned on. Afterwards, you’ll be able to use the TAB key to navigate between clickable items, SHIFT + TAB to go back, and click ENTER to activate a focused item.

In order to activate the Virtual Keyboard feature, click the ‘Virtual Keyboard’ button at the top of the interface. After activating it, the next time you’ll hit a form element to enter details, a virtual keyboard will pop on the screen, allowing you the use it instead of a physical keyboard.

In order to skip directly to the main content of the website, simply click the ‘Skip to Main’ button near our search feature. Clicking it will scroll you down or up the page directly to the main content of the page.

The ‘Basic Accessibility’ button automatically activates a series of events and functions behind the scenes. Those include adapting the website to screen reading software, building image descriptions from context, adapting the website to keyboard navigation, handling non-accessible form elements, and more.

The Accessibility Interface allows you to search for keywords and contents on the page. Entering input to the search field will automatically highlight found matching words, and scroll you down the page directly to them. In addition, at the top of the interface, you’ll be able to change the position of the interface (from left to right and the opposite), and to change the size of it (big or small). Clicking the ‘eye’ icon will allow you to completely hide the accessibility interface.

Contact Us

If you have additional questions please contact us below and we will be happy to provide additional assistance.