FUJIFILM Europe GmbH, Sucursal en España is committed to making its websites accessible to all Internet users and to meeting the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995.
What is Accessibility?
Accessibility is about designing an accessible website to ensure that its content is available to the maximum number of visitors, including people with disabilities, regardless of the technology they are using. The five main types of disabilities that affect Internet usage are:
- Visual impairments
- Hearing impairments
- Mobility impairments
- Cognitive impairments
- Seizure disorders
FUJIFILM Europe GmbH, Sucursal en España intends to update its websites over time to UK Government, RNIB, and W3C Standards, and incorporate features to ensure that every visitor can access information (including providing alternative text descriptions, using simple and intuitive site navigation, labelling elements clearly, and producing logical page structures).
Over the next few months we will be actively working to identify which areas we need to address and this statement will be updated with any actions taken to improve accessibility of the MyFinePix España website.
We are very open to suggestions for improvement across our website. If you have any specific areas of concern please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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