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All of the colour contrast combinations used on the All4.com website have been used with the intention to meet WCAG2 AA standard, ensuring that contrast is of a sufficient standard. However, if you find that there are areas that you are having difficulty when viewing All4.com on Internet Explorer, users can adjust the screen contrast by using 'high contrast' mode on a windows PC. This can be selected using the shift, Alt key, and 'Print Screen' (PrtScn) pressed together at the same time. Other browsers such as Chrome and Firefox have extensions and add-ons available to switch to high contrast mode. This will invert the screen, to provide a darker background and more vivid text display for users who experience low to medium visual problems.
All 4 programmes have content that is short and simple to understand. Content on All 4 website and native iOS/Android apps have information that is broken up into smaller bitesize pieces to ensure that users can digest the information more easily. Wherever possible, content has been presented in a list format, rather than in overly long paragraphs of information; this style of presentation is often easier for users to absorb.
All4.com website has meaningful headings and subheadings that introduces content correctly, which minimises the likelihood of users becoming confused. To achieve this, the headings are relevant to the content they introduce, acronyms and abbreviations have been expanded in their first instance of use on a page, and spacing between paragraphs have been carefully considered in order to aid in readability of the page.
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