Accessibility policy

At Vuly we strive to make our website as accessible to all users as possible. Our website is crafted to conform to as many of the WCAG 2.0 AA success criteria as possible, as well as complying with the Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and US Section 508.

While we believe we comply with most of the WCAG 2.0 Level AA requirements, we try to strive for a common sense approach to accessibility. We have tested our website to ensure compatibility with screen readers, as well as reviewed our graphics with colour blindness simulators.

Our website will change over time, and if we slip up in any way or if you have problems navigating or accessing our site, please contact us and we will do our utmost to rectify the issue.

If you are interested in reading more about accessibility, we have provided this list of policies (courtesy of Vision Australia).

Commonwealth Government

  1. Disability Discrimination Act 1992
  2. Guide to the Disability Discrimination Act
  3. Human Rights Commission Disability Rights page
  4. Human Rights Commission Disability Discrimination Act WWW Advisory Notes
  5. Web Publishing Guide - updated September 2012.
    1. Web Publishing Guide - Accessibility
  6. How To Make Government Internet Sites More Accessible - Component No 9 in the ANAO Internet Delivery Decisions series - " For anyone who uses online services, accessibility means better service at times and places which suit them. This is most important for clients with a disability, but more accessible services make access easier for everyone. "

International Policies


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