In response to the need to insure equal access to electronic and information technologies, Shop jane iredale has developed a set of standards for Web page design. In recognition of those individuals with visual, physical or developmental disabilities, Shop jane iredale has adopted a policy to make its site accessible to all. If you have any suggestions for improving the accessibility features of our site, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-869-9420.
These standards are influenced by those recommended by the W3C and Access Board. The Access Board is responsible for developing the standards outlined by the amended Rehabilitation Act of 1998. Universal design calls for appropriate use of auxiliary aids and services where necessary to ensure communication. Shop jane iredale has adopted the Design of HTML Pages to increase accessibility to users with disabilities as the primary guideline to meet the objectives of the Universal Access for State Design policy. These published guidelines are maintained by professionals trained in the area of assistive and information technology. Shop jane iredale embraces these standards and will be evaluating its site on a regular basis, increasing the opportunity for all individuals to access information over the Internet. The Universal Access Design Standards are being integrated into Shop jane iredale and will continue to evolve as new technologies and opportunities emerge.