The Equality Act was written to ensure everyone is treated fairly, without being restricted in areas surrounding disabilities. Let's take people who are visually impaired. Websites should be built to cater for people who have visual impairments - whether the user is blind, partially blind or colour blind.
If a website is built properly, then a visually impaired user will be able to use the website with the assistance of a speech browser. This will assist with pictorial descriptions and other content within your website for a complete and fluid user experience. In an instance where a user is colour blind, the websites we build will ensure certain colours don't conflict, making it difficult for the user to decipher text and other web content.
By having a website built by Venture, you will receive a compliant, well built digital platform.
Designing a new website can be an expensive thing to do, therefore you will probably receive quotes reaching into the thousands. It's fair enough - through experience, we know that the average website build will have around 80 - 100 website pages and lots of clever tools to help pupil development and calendar widgets to help parents remember key dates.
We're doing it for FREE though. Our company has really taken notice of recent Government cuts and not meeting budget requirements, so we're doing all we can to help schools ensure a good looking balance sheet.
All you have to do is come on board with a managed plan, ensuring ongoing compliancy, quick actions and a cost effective service. On top of this amazing offer, we're also giving your school 25% off of the managed plan too! No other website design company in the UK is doing this - we guarantee it!
I cannot recommend this web design company enough. They are always on hand to make any amendments or additions that we request on our managed website, very quickly.
Ash Manor School
As a small primary school we need to ensure value for money. Changes to the structure and to the content are emailed and implemented really quickly and we can feel confident that the website meets all guidelines set out by the Department for Education. My job is now much easier!"
Shawfield Primary School