Ross Care unveils website redesign with accessible toolbar for disabled people
A major provider of wheelchair services and mobility equipment on behalf of the NHS and local authorities, Ross Care has launched a new accessible version of its website to help disabled people navigate its content with ease.
The website overhaul now includes an accessibility button, which allows users with disabilities and limited dexterity to choose from a range of tools to make navigating Ross Care’s website easier. Accessibility options include making the text bigger, inverting colours, varying brightness settings, reading line and hiding images for a more inclusive website experience.
These accessibility features will make content easier to read for people with vision impairments, physical disabilities and reduced dexterity. Furthermore, the website overhaul means content is more user-friendly on touch screens and more usable for people who are inexperienced with using a computer mouse or touchpad.
Ross Care adds that content is now also more useful in situations where the device cannot be held steady.
With the website revamp, disabled users can more easily browse Ross Care’s large selection of mobility equipment on offer, including mobility scooters, riser recliners, powerchairs, manual wheelchairs and walking aids.
With over 60 years’ experience in electrical and mobility engineering, Ross care has 12 Service Centres, four Wheelchair Clinical Assessment Centres and five retail stores located across the UK.https://thiis.co.uk/ross-care-unveils-website-redesign-with-accessible-toolbar-for-disabled-people/https://i0.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Ross-Care-accessible-website.jpg?fit=900%2C404&ssl=1https://i0.wp.com/thiis.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Ross-Care-accessible-website.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1NewsroomSupplier NewsTrade Newsaccessible website,Mobility aids,mobility equipment,reduced dexterity,Ross Care,website accessibility,wheelchair services providerA major provider of wheelchair services and mobility equipment on behalf of the NHS and local authorities, Ross Care has launched a new accessible version of its website to help disabled people navigate its content with ease.The website overhaul now includes an accessibility button, which allows users with disabilities...Sarah SarsbySarah Sarsbysarah@thiis.co.ukAdministratorTHIIS Magazine