The DAS website has been designed & built to create a full accessible web environment compatible across all major browsers and devices, therefore making this site as usable as possible for people of all abilities.
All the text content of the DAS website has been created using web text meaning that the size of text can be scaled through the browser controls or by the [+] and [-] keys whilst holding down control (Windows) Command (Mac).
In browsers where these features are not available alternatives are used to maintain site functionality, though visually that interface may not work. Where images are used to convey information, appropriate alternative text attributes have been provided for the benefit of visitors using assisted reading technologies.
If you would like to know more about the accessibility measures in place, or have problems using this site please contact us.