Here at Craneware, we believe that making our services more accessible to existing and potential clients is the right thing to do, both commercially and ethically. The Craneware public Internet site has been created with a focus on ‘best of breed’ design practices, ease of use and accessibility at all stages in the development process. With this in mind, this page details some of the features available on this site.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and find it both informative and easy to use, however, we are always happy to hear of any suggestions you may have.
We have made every effort to ensure the site is easy to read and understand. Jargon has been kept to an absolute minimum, and where it has been used, thouroughly explained. However, if you do find information which is difficult to understand or require more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
All images on the site include text descriptions (‘Alt-Tags’), as required by Web accessibility guidelines. These images have been used to enhance the look and feel of the site and do not provide content in their own right. No guest of the site will lose access to content if they are unable to view images.
On occasions where textual content is included inside a graphic, we will endeavour to always provide long descriptions of these.
The layout of the site has been designed from the outset to be as clean and intuitive as possible. Access to the main areas of the site are available within the header and footer sections on each page. In addition we have provided a complete Sitemap and a content Search facility. For more details on how to navigate around the site see the ‘Navigating Our Site’ page.
Throughout the site we have used a large, clear font. This font is dark text against a light background in an effort to make as high a contrast as possible.