At Evri, we’re dedicated to championing awareness, understanding and appreciation of accessibility so that everyone has the opportunity to use our services easily and equitably.
We strive to create an inclusive, digital experience that’s available to everyone. We take responsibility to drive forwards positive, impactful, and meaningful change in order to meet best practice accessibility guidelines, as published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and ensure that every page meets a minimum of Level A compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.2 (WCAG).
From headings to links, all components in our design system are reviewed using an accessibility checklist to ensure our website is Level A compliant or better. This checklist follows the WCAG 2.2 success criteria. Here are some of the different areas we cover:
Accessibility is always at the forefront of our mind. We have a community of accessibility champions that regularly run training sessions to increase awareness and knowledge. This means accessibility becomes second nature and a foundation in all our digital products and services. Our design team goes beyond just thinking about standards – including aspects like heavier weights, larger text areas, and protected hit areas – to design for everyone.
We perform automated tests, manual checks, and work with third parties to review our website. However, whilst we do our best to ensure our site is accessible to everyone, it is possible that some things do not work perfectly due to the diverse nature of accessibility and the scale of our site.
If you spot something that doesn't work correctly or have a suggestion to make our website more accessible, please let us know.
Some additional information is available on our website in the form of Adobe PDF files. Clicking on a link to these files will open a new browser window. We’re working to make our most important documents fully accessible.
For more information about reading these files with assistive technology, please visit www.adobe.com
Alternatively, you can use Adobe’s online tools to convert PDF files to HTML.