We are committed to ensuring everyone can use this website, and have developed the site to suit different user needs. In this section we explore ideas for making the site more accessible.
Please get in touch if you have ideas for improving the accessibility of the site or if you have any other questions – we’d like to hear from you.
Email us: email@example.com
How are we doing?
We are aware that our website is not fully usable for users with access needs.
This website currently scores 96 out of 100 for accessibility on a Google Lighthouse audit, but there are still some aspects which aren’t fully accessible. For example:
- Our background and foreground colours don’t always have a sufficient contrast ratio.
- Our links aren’t always clearly visibly indicated using an attribute besides colour.
We are working towards making the content on this more accessible for people with disabilities and user friendly for everyone.
Due to disproportionate burden imposed by low resource and a lack of a specialist web developer, it unfortunately cannot be fixed immediately. However, we are taking steps to improve accessibility where we can and that best practice will be used in future content.
Accessibility at Middlesex University
More information on Middlesex University’s stance on accessibility can be viewed on the Middlesex University London website’s accessibility statement.
If you cannot access any part of this website please email J.Haferkorn@mdx.ac.uk
About this statement
This statement was last updated on 25 November 2020.