We try to comply with the BITV (Barrierefreie Informationstechnik-Verordnung), which is the German regulation for accessible information technology. For this, we follow the requirements spelled out in the BITV-Test.
If you have special needs, you can customise the presentation of this website, for example, increase the text size, select to render content as a single column, or choose white text on a dark background.
Whenever we create new content, we attempt to make sure that all pages use valid HTML. However, no automatic continuous validation of all content is in place. Should you encounter a page whcih does not validate, please contact us to let us know.
The requirement 14.1 of the German regulation for accessible information technology (BITV, Barrierefreie Informationstechnik-Verordung) mandates that each content should be conveyed in the clearest and simplest language possible. We try to follow this requirement by writing our articles and test reports in a way that it can be understood also by users without significant background knowledge. Please contact us if you feel that we have used unnecessarily complicated or ambiguous expressions.
We try not to use abbreviations. The expanded text of abbreviations for organisations or laws will be shown in brackets at their first occurence on a page. A glossary is under preparation to explain key terms related to the field of accessibility. Please let us know if you spot terms that should be included in the glossary.