iPhoneObserver is committed to ensuring digital accessibility to the widest possible audience, regardless of ability. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and aim to comply with relevant accessibility standards, including WCAG 2.1 accessibility standards up to level AA. We are devoting resources and implementing technological improvements to continue enhancing the accessibility of our website and mobile apps.
For those users who need it, our goal is to facilitate access to our websites using assistive technologies, such as a screen reader, text to speech or speech recognition software, screen magnifier, and/or keyboard emulators.
Below is a non-exhaustive list of items we have implemented to enhance our webpages, so they are as easy as possible to navigate for all users:
Our webpage layouts are structured for easy navigation for individuals using a screen reader. We use semantic HTML5 with appropriate tags to distinguish content headings, sections, listings, tables, and other formatting features so that guests can easily and consistently use the website with assistive technology.
Wherever images appear on our webpages, a text-based alternative is provided for screen readers to read the alternate text content.
Audio and video content
Some of our webpages contain audio and video contents, and wherever it is feasible we provide a text-based alternative, including captions and transcripts.
Text and background colours
Our webpages are often rich with content, images and functionality, and we consider accessibility in our design and content creation process.
Most modern browsers support page zooming functionality, to allow users to increase or decrease the size of the page content without loss of content or function. Our webpages are optimised to use the browser zoom functionality. Users will be able to zoom-in or zoom-out for most parts of the webpages.
Most parts of our webpages can be accessed using only tab-based keyboard or keyboard emulators to navigate through the site.
We test our webpages to render correctly on most recent versions of Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome.
Third party provided components
Many of our webpages use third-party-vendor-provided components. While iPhoneObserver cannot control third-party components, we encourage our vendors to provide content and components that are accessible and user friendly.
User generated content
Some of our webpages use social media widgets that contain user-generated content and images. Unilever does not control user-generated content, including whether it is accessible or user friendly.
If you are having difficulty viewing or navigating the content on this website, or notice any content, feature, or functionality that you believe is not fully accessible to people with disabilities, please contact us at email@example.com. If sending an email, please indicate “Website Feedback” in the subject line and provide a description of the specific feature you feel is not fully accessible or a suggestion for improvement.