We all access and absorb information in different ways. So when it comes to our accessibility needs they are understandably as unique as we are.
Adjusting your device and browser accessibility settings can help you to have the best experience possible. Below are some useful links that may help you get started.
Managing accessibility preferences on your device
Depending on your device, and it’s operating system, there are different ways to change your accessibility preferences. This enables you to tailor things for your own personal needs.
Please find below links describing how to make changes on a range of popular tech brands products:
- Apple Accessibility support:
Use the accessibility options panel on Mac to adjust colours, text size, contrast and enable voiceover
- Google Accessibility support:
Use Chromebook’s in-built screen reader
Turn on Chromebook accessibility features including text-to-speech, live captioning and adjusting screen magnifiers and resolution
- Microsoft Accessibility support:
Changing size and colour settings
Using narrator feature
Manage accessibility preferences through your browser
A good place to start when seeking advice on setting up browsers for accessibility is AbilityNet’s My Computer My Way pages. Using the search function you’ll find lots of different browser related resources available: